This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.
If you are interested in participating in our usability study, please take 30 seconds to complete the following questionnaire. Thanks to the information you provide, we will be able to determine if you belong to the group of people we are including in our study. If so, we will invite you for one hour in-person usability study (about your travel experiences) on the UW Campus and thank for your time and effort with $10 Starbucks card.Read More »
Joyce Hansen, Director, Web Services & Software Development at Seattle Central Community College is looking for students who would be interested in participating in a focus group to discuss mobilizing our student applications (ie: class schedule, registration etc.).Read More »
As students of the University of Washington's Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) Program, Matina Fresenius and her HCDE518 group are gathering information about users of Dropbox.
You are invited to participate in a usability testing analysis for a research study on the user experience of the Seattle Central Community College website.Read More »
You are invited to take part in a user and usage survey for the Seattle Central Community College website redesign project. Please take a moment to complete our survey on the types of information that you look for and have problems finding on the Seattle Central Community College website.Read More »
My research team this quarter will be conducting a Wants and Needs Analysis for our Proposed Redesign for SugarSync. We will need between 8-12 participants. For participating, we will feed you Pizza!Read More »
The goal of this project is to better understand the ways in which technology can become more sustainable for nonprofit clients by examining how nonprofits interact both with web designers and website technology, or in this case: Wordpress. Read More »