Thursday, April 22, 2004

Airbag - A Better Tighty Whitey.:

"There's a lot of talk about the recently declassified White House brief that mentions a possible attack by Al Queda forces within the United States but nothing about the state of intelligence reports given to the President of the United States.

I speak specifically to the design of the document. It's clearly inefficient in its purpose to communicate the assessment of threats against the United States. While a better designed document might not save the world, I believe it would help the President (Bush or otherwise) to quickly and more effectively assess the information given to him.

In a world with Jakob Neilson, how is it possible that nobody in the West Wing has learned the word usability?"

via typographica.

No comments: