The month long Thames oriented festival has published the details of what it is putting on this year.

And annoyingly, like too many websites now, they have gone for the “tell them nothing about the event” model of web design.

Either you click on each and every single one of the 150 events to find out what the event is, or you hope that a headline and a photo will be sufficient to know what the event is about.


So sorry, but if you are interested, then head over to their website — there’s only 32 pages to wade through.


Seriously, event websites, if a person can’t look at the listing page and tell without clicking on the event what it is about, then there’s something wrong with the website design.


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One comment
  1. GT says:

    And then they will wonder why no-one shows up, of course!

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