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This parody of mistakes you can make building a website is surprisingly funny!
A website which includes help messages which don't, a password with ridiculous rules, an unhelpful timer, annoying default options for almost everything - thoroughly recommended!

Posted by Andy Brown on 13 March 2020

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An example of how not to design a user interface

We're delighted to recommend the excellent userinyerface site:

UserInYerFace

The opening screen of the website.

 

One of many, many irritating things about this site is that this message keeps gradually creeping up the screen:

Help message

The Send to bottom button does work ... for a while.

 

It is possible to complete the four steps, although the clock counting up doesn't help!

Counting clock

It is possible to complete all of the steps of the form, although the user interface does get in the way a tad ...

 

Kudos to the creators!

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