Cogapp, the user experience and digital media company, is marking World Usability Day (12 November 2009) with a competition for UK charities and environmental organisations to win one day of the company’s website user-testing and usability consultancy.
Entrants simply have to write a summary in 100 words or less of how their organisation would benefit from a “website usability MOT”. Entries should be sent to Niki Strange on UXcomp@cogapp.com.
The competition opens on 12 November and closes 26 November. The winner will be notified by 10 December.
The testing is intended to take place at Cogapp’s two-room observation lab in Brighton although Cogapp “will take a flexible approach” depending on the chosen organisation’s location.
Pete Gale, head of user experience at Cogapp said: “Cogapp’s competition on World Usability Day has been set up to showcase how good usability can help charities and environmental groups improve their website’s effectiveness in engaging target audiences”.
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