Dear Akan learners,
I hope you’re all making progress with your studies.
Over the weekend, I received a feedback from a learner which I deem very important. I’m sure you’re all familiar with how often I use tables in the individual lessons. The intention behind that was to simplify the lessons and make them more readable.
It turns out, however, that the tables have been causing the exact opposite user experiences for which they were incorporated. I was told most of the tables get truncated to the right when viewed with mobile devices. I have since confirmed it myself and feel very apologetic especially to mobile visitors of the site. This means about 50% of the site’s visitors get to see about half of the lessons’ main contents.
I am currently working on replacing all the tables with plain texts to ensure that all of you enjoy the most out of the site, irrespective of your access device. You’ll still get to experience the ease that the tables offer in the accompanying video lessons. I do apologise for the inconveniences this has caused.
Thank you to the learner who drew my attention to this. Please don’t hesitate to contact me promptly if you notice anything that affects the site’s access and usability.