Where's the 'next' button?

Microsoft UK is running a contest, asking IT professionals to share their boneheaded-user stories and making the winners into webcomics. The comic, titled Where's the 'Any' Key, is good-humored and has some funny moments, but the site must have been designed by the same guy who designed Word and Excel, because it displays a similar tendency: The comic is surrounded by a bunch of little buttons for stuff no one does, but there is no "previous" or "next" button. It is possible to view all the winners on a single page, but it's a little odd that the designers ignored a standard navigational feature used by 99.9% of all webcomics.

(Found via The Next Web, which also reported on the funeral of IE 6.)

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