You can file this under the “Why Didn’t I Think of That?”. A page of buttons that make it super easy to click where you want to go on the Internet. On first impression, I saw this site as the Web equivalent of The Clapper or the Jitterbug mobile phone. But as the site creators noted, “9.2 million people in the UK alone are offline, and 6.4 million of them are over 65. Yet 90% of communication between 11-18 years olds is digital”. The people at the We Are What We Do campaign work to get people from different generations to talk and share more time together. So, Internet Buttons is about easing the worry that comes with something new. If these new adopters are anything like my grandmother, they’re loved ones should expect a slew of cat photos in their inbox in no time.