Articles by Dana Chisnell
Dana Chisnell has helped thousands of people learn how to make better design decisions by giving them skills to gain knowledge about the people using the designs. She is co-author, with Jeff Rubin, of Handbook of Usability Testing. Twitter; @danachis
Talking To Strangers On The Street: Recruiting Through Intercepting People
Recruiting for research projects can be challenging, but going to places where the people are can make it easier to find the right participants. [Read More]
How to KJ: Setting Priorities Quickly
If you need to set priorities for a product or a team, the KJ Method will help you do it in an hour. [Read More]
Voting in New York City: Why is Ballot Design so Hard to Get Right?
There is movement toward reform and improved ballot design in New York. We need more user experience people getting involved with elections and civic life. [Read More]