For years, Alley has conducted one-on-one, moderated usability tests of our websites— but always with adults. Recently, we conducted a series of testing sessions with children, ages 7-12. To get the best possible answers and responses, we approached our work differently and more creatively. Here, we’ll share tips should you have a project with kids.
Employees want to know how they’re doing and what it will take to progress. Read more about performance feedback ecosystems that work.
Accessibility is a topic close to our hearts here at Alley as a matter not of technical compliance but of inclusive product design. Inclusive design holds that “disability” is as much a function of the product as it is the user, and that in fact, there is no typical user. America’s legal system, unfortunately, lags
Recently, Jeff Stanger wrote a post on vetting a web firm, after seeing non-profit site managers bemoan the pain that can be caused by a bad site build. While it is crucial to hire a good web development firm, there are also some steps that you can take internally to make for a better build.
Here are our recommendations for selecting a quality-obsessed web partner and then managing the redesign project.
You’ve heard Alley is a company committed to building a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace, and are wondering what actions we’ve taken. Over the past year we have focused on supporting equity at all intersections and improving team member learning and development as part of a long-term sustainability plan to embed Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) efforts in all areas of Alley’s business.