If you have ever had to fill out an online tax return you know how painful it is with the government’s hideous online experience.
So it was with much excitement that I heard about a new beta service! Continue reading “The Government Have Built Another Website To Annoy Me”
So on the Twitters @whatusersdo have just put out this jolly report into getting a mortgage online. As you can probably imagine, the process is ‘pain central’ but there was one totally nuts finding:
You read that correctly. Users have to use the keyboard to move around a form. That is INSANE and utterly hilarious too.
I’m ashamed to admit I’m a BoS/Halifax customer and I really should switch over because they are about as much use as a one legged cat trying to bury a turd on a frozen lake.
I was thinking about this the other day, if I’m in a store and I’m likely to be buying one of a ‘thing’, why is there a concept of ‘Add to cart’?
OK, I get it, you can prompt for other item purchases on the shopping cart page but I just want to get to the page where I can enter my delivery address and credit card info now. I mean, when I buy a fridge I’m going to be buying just a fridge and I don’t want to add it to your stupid cart; just get me to the payment screen already!
So why can’t more ecomms websites cater for this?
Dive into the comments with your thoughts.
I went to buy a Fitbit watch from Boots but they made me register before I could enter my credit card info (bad) but even worse they forced me into choosing some bonkers password that I’ll never remember.
So I was all like meh and sad. So I didn’t buy it.
I live in Glasgow and usually commute to work by bike. It takes me around ten minutes. But my bike is broken and getting fixed so I have to get a bus. Continue reading “FirstGroup Glasgow Have Devised A Fiendish Route Finder Game”