As a follow up to an earlier post I am happy to report that the Facebook chat bubble copy has changed. For all the details and screenshots I have updated the original post.
I found out that I wasn’t the only one to find the Facebook Chat Head/Bubble super confusing. But I think just changing one work on the tablet interface might solve the problem.
The evening began with a video, then an infographic. The speaker, Facebook evangelist Paul Borrud awarded generous prizes to reinforce the stats: 62% of users log in everyday Average usage is 27 visits per user per month 3 billion photos are uploaded per month globally Then a history lesson: The 90s web was organised around […]
Oh the shame! Check out my wall. See all those horrible, horrible application status messages. I like to think of myself as pretty web savvy but I lost some serious web cred today when I inadvertantly spammed countless friends. How I became a web idiot After returning from a workshop I was feeling pretty tired […]
The first Digital Citizens event tonight was a robust discussion on personal versus private online. The title of the evening was Private Parts: Personality and Disclosure – Finding a Balance in the Digital Space. Surprisingly it was the lawyer on the panel, Adrian Dayton (of Social Media for Lawyers) who was sounding like the ad […]
Do you ever get on Facebook, planning only to update your status, check out a few groups, and instead find yourself stuck in there? I do. I lose track of time. It could because the content is so compelling but I blame the pagination.