This website is now static html, I have no time to write anything and Wordpress has more security holes than a Swiss cheese, and so the migthy wget -m replaced the ugly php. For sure there will be problems with this new version, but that is life.

Posts Tagged ‘cognitive load’



Usability of Everyday Things – Traffic Lights

In my way back home from the office sometimes I have to pass this traffic light, it’s at one end of Butt Bridge at the corner with Eden Quay, in Dublin (Ireland). The driver that arrives at the stop from the bridge can choose between three directions: left turn, right turn and straight. When the [...]