Articles by Sarah Swierenga
Sarah J. Swierenga, Ph.D., C.P.E. , is the director of the Usability & Accessibility Center at Michigan State University. A researcher and practitioner with twenty years of experience in the scientific study of users in commercial, military, and academic environments, she is skilled in user interface design, data collection tools, and methodologies. She co-authored Constructing Accessible Web Sites (with J. Thatcher, P. Bohman, M. Burks, S. L. Henry, B. Regan, M. D. Urban, and C. D. Waddell ) , and, more recently, she contributed a chapter to The User-Centered Design Casebook (C. Righi and J. James, editors). She is an alternate member of the U.S. Access Board 508/255 Refresh Committee, and a member of the UPA Voting and Usability Project.