Bad Usability Calendar 2009 Is Out

My Norwegian friend Eidar from NetLife Research pointed out that the 2009 version of the bad usability calendar is now online.

Learning by bad examples is often a good way in discussing usability with people that are not hardcore usability people.

I’m currently wrapping a couple of A3 calendars in plastic to use as posters here at the office.

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5 Responses to “Bad Usability Calendar 2009 Is Out”

  1. Thomas Baekdal Says:

    Thanks for the heads up!

    September is just funny :)

  2. jardenberg kommenterar - 2009-01-16 | jardenberg unedited Says:

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  3. Christopher Papastefanou Says:

    What I love about the Bad Usability Calendar is that it with every example, identifies the problem and solution in a simple manner. That’s what distinguishes is from many other channels where people just point out the errors of others, which is so easy to do.

    However, I strongly disagree with the sentiment “Simplicity is overrated.” on February.

  4. Brian T Says:

    I love January, with the days of the week in the wrong order. Priceless!

  5. Madeleine Says:

    The calendar is very funny and ironic. It makes me laugh, every time I look at it.