The UX Designer is in the intersection between “People who have used your product” and “People deciding how it should work”.
“I’ve got a bad feeling about this”
The BBC iPlayer homepage.
The BBC iPlayer homepage carousel.
“So… should I use a carousel?”
“No!!! Seriously, you really shouldn’t”
Although carousels can solve a business need, they are good at displaying a large amount of content in a small space.
But still… “No!!!”
Carousels are very common at the BBC.
“Great Kid, don’t get cocky.”
“Focus. Try not think of 607,360 troops, 265,675 crew members, 187,216 pilots, 52,276 gunners, 42,782 ship support staff and 25,984 Stormtroopers that you’re about to kill… Just keep doing what the voices tell you to do.”
Scenario: Check headings When I visit the page Then there must be exactly one h1 element And each heading must be followed by content or a heading of one level deeper (h2-h6)
Scenario: Check “Next” control When I visit the page And I click the “Next” control Then the next panel of content will be displayed And focus will be set to the first link in the new content