Jakob Nielsen on voting booth usability

So Jakob Nielsen doesn’t use permalinks. Go figure. See the November 8, 2000 entry. “Kara Pernice Coyne, senior user experience specialist in my New

So Jakob Nielsen doesn’t use permalinks. Go figure. See the November 8, 2000 entry. “Kara Pernice Coyne, senior user experience specialist in my New York office, writes about her experience voting in the recent election: On November 7, 2000 at a poll site in New York City, a man came out of a voting booth and told a nearby volunteer, ‘I voted wrong. I accidentally voted for the wrong person for president.’ He was told that he could talk to a judge about changing his vote. But for now, the vote is counted. I could have easily made the same mistake because the voting booth is not easy to use.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE