Thursday, November 30, 2006

Via Peter Briffa, I find a new site campaigning against public funding for political parties.
There's a new website just set-up by Adrian Lithgow and Phillip Oppenheim - two names from the past who will hopefully be rocking the future - dedicated to one of the key issues of our time: preventing the public funding of political parties.

Would this be the same Adrian Lithgow who is the new UKIP Head of Media?

Oh, and a quick tip to anyone building websites: if you have to put in instructions—such as "click the headings"—then your design needs working on. If the design makes the process obvious enough, don't put instructions in: stating the obvious is deeply patronising.

1 comment:

Pete in Dunbar said...

Web design tip no.2:

Don't use iframes. They suck. And they're unnecessary.

Oh yeah? So what has happened for the last ten years, exactly?

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