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Re: Looking for participants in a usability test in NYC


From: Don Mauck
Date: Nov 19, 2013 11:04AM

I'd love to, however, I do not live in the New York area.
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From: Whitney Quesenbery [mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ]
Sent: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 9:50 AM
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Subject: [WebAIM] Looking for participants in a usability test in NYC

Seeking participants for a usability study

*How do you read the news?*

We're looking for people to be part of a usability study on either *Wednesday
December 11th or Thursday the 12th.*

We're interested in how you read the news. During the session, you'll try
out a new version of an online newspaper while we listen in to see how well
it works for you. Can you read each story easily? Use the site to find the
information you want?

For this study, we are looking for people who are:

- Blind or have low vision
- Read the news online
- Use a laptop or desktop computer or an iPad

Sessions will last 90 minutes, and will be held in an office in mid-town
Manhattan, with convenient access to Port Authority and the subway. You
will be paid $100.

If you're interested, or know someone who is, please contact *Sandy Olson *ASAP
at * <EMAIL REMOVED> * < <EMAIL REMOVED> > or call her at

This information is also available online:

Whitney Quesenbery
www.wqusability.com | @whitneyq