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For a talk I gave with Whitney Quesenbery at EVN 2013 in Atlanta, GA.

For a talk I gave with Whitney Quesenbery at EVN 2013 in Atlanta, GA.

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    Anywhere Ballot iterations Anywhere Ballot iterations Presentation Transcript

    • Usability testingAnywhere Ballot:before & afterUniversity of BaltimoreDrew DaviesDana ChisnellKathryn SummersMegan McKeever
    • PremiseEveryone should vote on the same ballot
    • BackgroundAVTI workshops in 2012
    • How might we design anaccessible electionexperience for everyone?Open IDEOAVTI workshops in 2012
    • What if you could voteanywhere, any time, onany device?
    • Effective Designs forthe Administration ofElections, 2007Design forDemocracy
    • NIST IR 7556Report: Language ofInstructions onBallots, 2008Redish, Chisnell,Newby,Laskowski, &Lowry
    • NIST mediumcomplexity ballotmodified, slightly18 pages
    • Paper prototype18 participants4 days16 versions
    • Digital prototype15 participants3 days3-4 versions
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 3
    • Instructions to voters
    • Iteration 1
    • Help version,paper final
    • How to vote,final digital
    • Straight party voting
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 5
    • Final digital
    • Vote for 1
    • Iteration 1, selected state
    • Iteration 4
    • Final digital
    • Supplemental content, iteration 1
    • Supplemental content, iteration 1
    • Supplemental content, iteration 1
    • Supplementalcontent,iteration 2
    • Supplementalcontent,iteration 2
    • Supplementalcontent,digital final
    • Multi-candidatecontests
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 1, selected state
    • Iteration 4
    • Iteration 4,scrolled
    • Digital final
    • Judge retentioncontests
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 3
    • Digital final
    • Referenda
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 4
    • Digital final
    • Ballot measures
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 4
    • Digital final
    • Write-ins
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 2
    • Iteration 2
    • Supplementalcontent,iteration 1
    • Digital final
    • Reviewing votes
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 1, scrolled down (page 2)
    • Iteration 1, scrolled down (page 3)
    • Iteration 1, scrolled to the end
    • Iteration 4,scrolled down(page 2)
    • Iteration 4,scrolled down(page 3)
    • Supplementalcontent,iteration 1
    • Digital final
    • Digital final
    • Digital final
    • Changing a vote
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 2
    • Iteration 3
    • Iteration 4
    • Changingvotes,digital iteration1
    • Changingvotes,digital iteration2
    • Changingvotes,digital final
    • Casting the vote
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 2
    • Digital final
    • Iteration 1
    • Iteration 2
    • Digital final
    • 2 prototypes33 participants7 days20+ versions
    • Responsivegood for devicesgood for UOCAVAgood for accessibility standards
    • Prevents user errorserror managementtyped write-inhelps voters see impact of straight-party voting
    • Focuses on ballotmarkingconnect to any EMSoutput in an appropriate format
    • Can run on COTSdevicesmore accessible (own pointer, ownscreen reader)software independent
    • Not “voting over theInternet”assume appropriate election systemcan produce printed ballot to castlogic is local (no trips to the server)
    • Anywhere ballotdesigned to be responsive to different formatsworks on any deviceaccessible for voters with disabilities
    • How can it be part of asecure, verifiableelection system? Who will it help? How will it help them? What voter need does it meet?