Tuesday, April 8, 2008

nip and tuck job for net-guide

Some of you may have noticed that net-guide is a little different today.

We've given it a bit of a face lift. We've re-designed it to be simpler, cleaner, and well, a bit prettier and more modern.

Cosmetic changes aside, we have now introduced a range of colour schemes to make it easier to read for some people. There is a high contrast option for partially sighted visitors, as well as blue and cream colour combinations for any users who like an alternative to black and white - visitors with dyslexia, for instance. Or for anyone who just likes a change. I've been using the high contrast version, just because I really like it.

If you find any changes that you either like or that cause you a problem, do leave a comment below or email us via net-guide proper. I'm especially keen to hear about any problems, funnily enough. It is important to us to get it right.

This is just the first change in what is going to be a year of significant improvements to net-guide. So keep your eyes open for more development news as 2008 marches on.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is great info to know.

November 10, 2008 at 6:12 PM  

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