Humanitarian Items Testing
After accessing the Humanitarian Items List (
) and testing one or more of the items>>> Answer the below questions. Please answer one survey per item reviewed. Testing includes: reviewing the instructions and/or making the item.
Your review of these items will bring them closer to reliable replication by those seeking to use them in the humanitarian context, where reliability is essential.
If you provide your contact information, please note: we respect your privacy and do not tolerate spam and will never sell, rent, lease or give away your information (name, address, email, etc.) to any third party. Note however that your contacts may be shared with others who test items and/or view testing feedback.
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Which item did you test?
Did you successfully make the item?
Do you have any suggestions for how the instructions and/or documentation could be improved?
Did you try using the finished item?
Yes, and it worked for the described purpose
Yes, and it did not work for the described purpose
Do you have any suggestions for how the design could be improved?
What did you find useful or not useful about the platforms the designs were hosted on?
Would you be willing to do this sort of test again, to help humanitarian aid?
If you responded "yes" or "maybe" to the above, and would like to be notified of future test opportunities, please share your name and email:
How could we make the test experience better for you?
If you have any ideas for how we could improve the experience of distributed testing for humanitarian items, we'd love to hear them! If there are partners, organisations who might be able to help, please let us know. Thank you!
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