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March 25, 2006

Frogs critique homedepot.com

the frogs from Frog Review

The web's best-known usability amphibians are back! Check out the Frog Review frogs tearing apart Home Depot's website.

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Posted by Chris Spurgeon at March 25, 2006 07:53 AM

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Wow, that made me laugh quite a lot. It's either that funny, or I'm just that tired on this Monday morning. Nah -- it's that funny. All usability critiques should be done by animated frogs. So it is written, so let it be done.

Posted by: Jenn at March 27, 2006 12:08 PM

I luurrrrvve them frogs! I bang my head against one crappy-stupid website after another, thinking that I'm the only one who minds or even notices bad design like this. How fine to know that there's a pair of amphibians who feel my pain. All these companies that would never hire some amateur to keep their books or install their HVAC, but when it comes to the corporate website, they take some nyumbnyutz who knows how to paste together a printed catalog, they send him to a two-day class in Dream Weaver, and hey presto! a website designer. To those companies, I say, Beware! Them frogs is gonna get you!

Posted by: Dr Foo at April 21, 2006 12:06 PM