While catching up on with the latest news about the worthless fuckers who shot a man in an attempted robbery at the university where my wife works, I saw the following three indecipherable links to sports stories. Can you tell WTF they are supposed to say? If you were in charge of the Fox Sports web site, would you have a talk with your site layout designers?
“Another early playoff exit, another off-season of questions, Ken Rosenthal says. The big one? Who’s seen their last days in N.Y.?”
“Which star do you want on the mound in October – Schilling or Clemens? After Sunday, Mark Kriegel thinks the choice is clear.”
“The Lions have looked like contenders at times and pretenders at others. Alex Marvez breaks down the inconsistency.”
And those images showed up the same in Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer. It seems that someone needs a little lesson in CSS or usability and user interface design. Sure, with squinting and reaaalllllly focusing on the images, you can just make out the text. Personally, I think better coloring on the background would work that problem out just fine.
[tags]Fox Sports, User interface design, Usability, WTF[/tags]