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UXmatters – Lessons from Disaster Research

When the life-threatening catastrophe Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeastern United States, proper disaster preparedness and disaster response and the subsequent recovery all depended on people having a good user experience with Web and mobile information resources. These resources provided information that helped people to prepare ...

By |2020-12-04T09:08:38-05:00March 10th, 2014|Disaster UX, Posted elsewhere, Publication|

Usability as Sociology: How the Perspectives of Tornado Survivors Differ from those of Other Major Disasters

My initial training in usability occurred during my undergraduate years, within the framework of my bachelor’s degree in psychology. The research methodology that was applied to usability fit well within an experimental psychology approach. After graduating with my psychology degree, I decided to pursue a ...

By |2020-12-04T09:08:46-05:00August 14th, 2011|Disaster UX, User Research|
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