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Reliance Big TV Enhances usability of their website

Reliance Big TV, the leading direct-to-home (DTH) service provider in the country has enhanced their official website. The new site comes with a completely fresh and international look with free-flowing white spaces and fluid interactions. The new navigation interface adopted is simplistic and intuitive with the objective of increasing the average time spent on site. With a warm conversational tone, the content is aimed to provide enough info to category explorers to turn them into BIG TV customers while converting existing BIG TV customers into complete loyalists & advocates.
Sources state, the clear agenda for the site revamp was to use it as an effective marketing tool to garner new customers as well as to promote VAS to existing customers. The site achieves this by clearly directing ‘seekers’ vs. ‘users’ into separate sections. Interested customers can now order a new BIG TV connection online.



W3C Accessibility Guidelines

1. Provide equivalent alternatives to auditory and
visual content.
2. Don’t rely on color alone
3. Use markup and style sheets and do so properly
4. Clarify the usage of natural language
5. Create tables that transform gracefully
6. Ensure that pages featuring new technologies
transform gracefully
7. Ensure user control of time-sensitive content changes
8. Ensure direct accessibility of embedded user
9. Design for device-independence
10. Use interim solutions
11. Use W3C technologies and guidelines
12. Provide context and orientation information
13. Provide clear navigation mechanisms
14. Ensure that documents are clear and simple

Mobile Usability Guidelines

Meet user’s needs quickly
Design mobile friendly pages
Don’t repeat the navigation on all the pages
Distinguish clearly selected items
Make user input as simple as possible
Show only essential information in the mobile

10 Best Intranets of 2008

Bank of America, US
Bankinter S.A., Spain
Barnes & Noble, US
British Airways, UK
Campbell Soup Company, US
Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation, US
IKEA North America Service, LLC, US
Ministry of Transport, New Zealand
New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, Australia
SAP AG, Germany


Usability/User Experience Listed among the Best Careers for 2008!


.mobi (also known as DotMobi) is a mobile top-level domain approved by ICANN and managed by the mTLD global registry dedicated to delivering the Internet to mobile devices via the Mobile Web.

DotMobi domain names were made available for public registration on September 26, 2006.So far more than 700000 .mobi domain names have been has already made headlines with several 6-figure domain sales, including, for $200,000 for $129,800 for $100,000

These results demonstrate the strong role .Mobi is playing in driving the creation of mobile content on the Internet.

Since 100% of .mobi sites must be optimized for viewing on a mobile phone, the main advantage of .mobi, from the users’ perspective, is that they are guaranteed a site optimized for their smaller screens alone.

It is financially backed by Google, Microsoft, Nokia, Telecom Italia Mobile, Orascom Telecom, G Samsung, Ericsson, Vodafone, T-Mobile, Telefónica Móviles, SM Association , Hutchison Whampoa, Syniverse Technologies.

Bad Usability in Road Dividers

Look at this Picture , Road divider has no reflector to indicate that there is Divider and the height is also more, number of accidents occur due to this reason, Many NH roads have the similar problem.

Consider a scenario when the driver is coming at a good speed in that road during night time, the road is smooth and there is no divider or anything so he continues to go with the same speed or more, suddenly he sees a divider which is only a few meters away from him and he could not stop or slow the vehicle finally he ends up with an accident which is similar to the image above.

If there is a reflector in the divider or board he would have seen that much before coming near to the divider and avoided the accident.

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