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Understanding our users

We’re about to launch a research project, running for the next couple weeks–we want feedback about how and why you use Herdict. Through interviews, we hope to better understand how our international user base interact with accessibility and access issues, in addition to gaining insight that will help us create a better Herdict in the future.

We are seeking feedback from all around the world, and if you’re available, would love 30 minutes of your time, during the next two weeks.

Starting today, we will be conducting interviews–in person at the Global Voices Summit, and via phone, skype and (for lower bandwidth, or otherwise non-voice friendly situations,) text-based chat. Please e-mail contact at herdict dot org.

About the Author: lmiyakawa

Laura Miyakawa is the Project Manager for Herdict. In this role, she directs the tactics and the long term strategy for the site. Prior to joining the Berkman Center, Laura worked with the Boston Consulting Group, developing strategies for high tech clients up and down the East coast. While at BCG, she had the opportunity to work in outback Australia on a Welfare Reform pilot. Recently, she worked as a commercialization associate at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, where she handled all patenting and licensing decisions for the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering. Laura holds bachelors and masters degrees in electrical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and MIT, respectively.

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