GAAD Project Step 1: Nominate a website


#1

Continuing the discussion from Celebrate GAAD with us (and an Accessibility Review):

Step 1 in the process is to collect some website nominations. That’s where you come in.

Respond to this post with suggestions for websites that you think have usability issues. Make them well-known, larger brands, rather than small businesses which might feel picked on. If you want to nominate your own site, you’re more than welcome.

We’ll select 2 or 3 of the best examples to analyse.

So, what are you waiting for?


GAAD: Usability Observations about Virgin, CarSales and National Rail
#2

I’m nominating LinkedIn. :slight_smile:


#3

Excellent call @kai_t! Love it.

Who else has a suggestion?


#4

http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ when accessed from an Android tablet browser. It starts you out on the desktop site, then when you search it redirects you to the mobile site and looses your search.


#5

CarSales.com.au is pretty horrible.


#6

I’ll nominate Jetstar and Virgin Australia, two airlines that have both poor UX decisions AND black hat UX design in their online ticket purchase processes.


#7

+1 for linkedIn

I always feel a bit lost in LinkedIn and seem to spend my time going round in circles, hitting the back button and then refresh and hitting dead ends.