Posts Tagged: testing

Usability Testing for .Govs: It’s the Law

The movement to assess and improve the usability of federal government websites is small, vocal, and growing. GSA’s First Fridays program makes free usability testing available to federal agencies, and a wide range of agencies have undertaken their own regular assessments of their sites and applications. Slowly but surely, the archaic mindset that a .gov… Read more »

Social Media Week DC: Three Take-Aways

If you’re like me, you’re still recovering from and trying to absorb and sort all the content shared during Social Media Week last week. There was so much information and so many ideas presented at each session that I found myself consistently over-stimulated, but in an exciting way. As I wait for all of the… Read more »

FedConnects: Setting Aside Market Research Funds Can Help on a Rainy Day

Today, everyone from top CEOs to President Obama is talking about cutting back on spending and finding ways to “do more with less.” Unfortunately for marketers, this usually means budget cuts or even a full on slashing of your budget. So if you desperately need your next campaign or rebrand to provide the most bang… Read more »

Want to do usability testing on your federal website but don’t have funds or staff?

You could win a free usability test through GSA’s First Fridays Product Testing Program.“Win a Free Website Usability Test” Video Contest Details at go.usa.gov/n3e – Enter now till February 29Submit a video (two minutes or less) addressing why your governmentwebsite or web application is a good candidate for a free usability test. We want to… Read more »

Volunteers needed to test gov website May 18 – no experience needed! At all!

GSA’s First Friday’s Usability Testing program is looking for 3 participants to help us test a government website on May 18 for one hour in the morning at our DC office. Help us improve user experience for the American public! Please email [email protected] for more information or to volunteer. Thanks so much 🙂 Sincerely, Jon