For over a year now, Sarah Chapman and her colleagues have been producing Evidently Cochrane, a blog that presents important new evidence from Cochrane Systematic reviews in a friendly, digestible format.
Minervation have teamed up with Sarah and her colleagues at the UK Cochrane Centre to produce a new website.
As you know, we like our evidence at Minervation. And in website development, this means asking the users what they think.
Users are the Level 1 Evidence for website design
This is where you come in!
If you are interested in reading about the latest evidence from systematic research, we’d like to borrow an hour of your time. We will sit you down in front of our pilot website and ask you what you think of it. We’ll ask you to carry out some test exercises to see how well the site enables you to complete them.
Your input will help ensure that the website works well for its intended audience, so you’ll be helping to make the best evidence from systematic reviews more accessible to the world at large.
We’re holding these usability sessions on the afternoon of Tuesday 25th February at our plush riverside office in central Oxford.
If you can spare an hour to come along and help us, we (and Evidently Cochrane) would be very happy to see you.
Please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org and we will fill you in on the details.
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@eczemasupport More details here: http://t.co/LVveSdIYO1 Thanks for your interest!