Lightbox 2 allows you to present images in a slick window, while darkening the rest of the page. It adds a whole lot of design panache to a website, and adds very little to page load times
Category Archives: User experience
Improving information and choice about psychiatric medication
We are supporting a multi-sector partnership project to develop a website that offers people information about medications used in the mental health setting to help people make informed decisions about medication.
Patient Opinion mashes up public feedback from different sources
The Patient Opinion lab have “mashed up” the public feedback which government publishes on NHS Choices website, with public feedback submitted through their own Patient Opinion site.
Where does innovation really come from?
In his stimulating recent blog “Social Innovation: how do we find the right problems?“ Lee Bryant, Headshift co-founder, reflects on the wealth of agency led initiatives dedicated to the supply of innovation and asks “where does innovation really come from”, and whether there is “a direct link between these initiatives and actual innovation?”.
Ajax promises improved user experience of the web
Patient Opinion is all about enabling patients to share their experiences of health care, and by doing so help other patients — and perhaps even change the NHS.
Knowledge Community scoops international award
The Knowledge Community website was winner of the Innovation in Knowledge Management category at the 2005 International Information Industry Awards.