Monthly Archives: August 2008

Demographics & Usability Test Recruiting

I read an interesting article recently on the UIE web site, “Avoiding Demographics When Recruiting Participants: An Interview with Dana Chisnell.” The article presents a situation like this; what do you do when a client or Company’s internal research group … Continue reading

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High Schools & Usability

So, today is the day my daughter starts her first day of high school! Now, as a proud papa I’m excited for her, and can’t believe how much time has gone by, seems like only yesterday she was heading off … Continue reading

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Usability, the Corporate Secret Weapon

Are you part of a large organization that has a web site that is owned by multiple business units? If so, then I share your pain. I know from my years of experience at Fortune 100 companies that often corporate … Continue reading

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