Director at Software Testing Club
07 June 2006 21:01pm
I've never really paid much attention to the NMA Effectiveness Awards, but as we recently subscribed to the magazine and received and additional magazine in the post the other day, I thought I would have a look.
So, naturally I am interested to find out more about the winners.
My first stumbling block was not finding relevant links (in the magazine or the website), meaning that I had to do a search for every winner I was interested in. It didn't take me long to give up. A bit tedious in this day and age!
Secondly, I was not very impressed with the quality standards (accessibility, usability, compatibility, etc) of some of the winners. Surely it's a bit of a contradiction to win a award when some basic web standards and practices have not been adhered to?
Thirdly, reading white text on black background just makes my eyes sore: http://www.nmaawards.co.uk/.
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