DMP is looking for volunteers to test the new DMP website prior to its launch
|Date:||Monday, 03 August 2015|
The Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) will conduct user testing of its new website during the week of 14-18 September and is calling for volunteers to help test the new site.
We are looking for volunteers who regularly use the department’s website and who meet one of the following user profiles:
- environmental consultant
- mine manager
- safety and health representative
- dangerous goods driver
- community representative (e.g. teacher, local council member)
A mix of users from each group will test the useability of the website when accessing it by a personal computer, mobile phone or tablet.
The testing will help ensure the department’s new website meets useability goals, and will allow DMP to address any useability concerns that are revealed prior to the launch.
The user testing will take approximately one hour and will be conducted by an independent, expert web consultant at the DMP offices in East Perth.
If you fit one of the above user profiles and are interested in taking part in user testing please submit your details via the following short survey.
A DMP officer will then contact you to discuss your involvement.
User testing of new DMP website will ensure useability goals have been met.