Usability Views Article Details
 home | timeline | recent | popular | e-reports | userati | books | about 

Survival tips (27 Feb 2006)
The conclusion of our festival of public information films looks at one of the most chilling films ever made - Protect and Survive.

You can forget whimsical cartoons or celebrities in swimming pools. You can even forget threatening music and indeed all the other techniques explored in this season of public information films.

Because when it came to making the Protect and Survive films, part of the government's campaign to tell people what to do in case of nuclear attack, no gimmicks were needed to attract people's attention.
Add this article to

Article URL:

Read 271 more articles from BBC News sorted by date, popularity, or title.
Next Article: The power of the podcast
  RSS 0.91  Subscribe with Bloglines  Add to My Yahoo!  Preview in Google Reader
Books about Usability | Information Architecture | Information Visualisation | Technology History

Some of the people who make up the Userati group
This site is a labour of love built by Chris McEvoy

Popular Items
> Top Knitting Sites
> Ajax Sucks
> What if Jakob Nielsen had a blog?
> Kate Bush and Pi
> Simply Google