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Goodspeed Update » Internet Tools for e-Democracy in Urban Planning Update, October 2009 – I have launched a directory of web tools for collaboration in planning on my MIT website and will no longer be updating this page. Contents The Internet has profoundly impacted the practice of urban planning as email, websites, online Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and online research have become central to the profession. However, planners efforts to communicate information and interact with the public online has been minimal. Individual agencies have experimented with various tools, but many have not due to technical illiteracy, concerns about cost, equity concerns, or the usability of available tools.
Mobile App Interested in A/B Testing? Here Are Your Options Web developers have long had tools for A/B testing, including standalone tools like Optimizely, Unbounce and Visual Website Optimizer, and marketing software with testing built in such as Hubspot and Adobe. For app developers it's only recently that similar tools have cropped up. As a heavy user of Optimizely on the web, I appreciate the value of a) making changes without having to write code (because often the marketer or person doing the A/B testing is not the same person developing the app) and b) making changes without having to resubmit to the appstore.
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Ten free usability testing tools There are plenty of tools around which allow website owners to conduct tests and attempt to identify problem areas on their websites. I've listed ten of the best free usability testing tools, which are either completely free of charge, or allow users to try before they buy. If I'm missed any good ones, let me know... Fivesecondtest This app, reviewed for this blog by Paul Rouke, allows you to upload an image from your webpage and to find out which elements of the page stand out for users. Useful for testing the clarity of calls to action. The Top 10 User Feedback Tools for Improving Conversion When you’ve poured hours of blood, sweat and tears into the development of a webiste or marketing campaign, it’s easy to be biased and assume it is pure greatness. You often don’t see the flaws that others may find. It’s like supporting your tone deaf kid on American Idol. You love them so much, that you hear harmonies that no one else hears. This is precisely the reason why user feedback tools are a necessary component of the online world. Think of them as the judges or mentors who are here to help you improve your conversion rates.
Where’s the free e-democracy project? The free e-democracy project’s website (free-project.org) has been abosrbed into my personal website, no content has been lost. The free project was created to provide a forum to encourage participation in developing Free Software Internet voting. Since the decision, in 2002, to stop developing the software and instead campaign against e-voting’s introduction the project was just me. Editor Hey! I’m your first Markdown document in StackEdit. Don’t delete me, I’m very helpful! I can be recovered anyway in the Utils tab of the Settings dialog.