“Where there was certainty, there is doubt”: designers on lockdown messaging The government’s communications around easing lockdown measures has attracted criticism for a lack of clarification.
Instead of ‘Stay Home’, the government is now advising the country to ‘Stay Alert’.
But ‘Stay Alert’?
‘Stay Home’ is a clear instruction, ‘Stay Alert’ requires interpretation.
This is a really, really bad idea.

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