Want to make your website user friendly, but don’t know where to start? Website usability assessments provide practical feedback to help you plan improvements. This is a free service we offer to community organisations nationwide.
We take a content-user approach, where we step into the shoes of the visitors to your website and think about how it meets their needs. We also aim to help you communicate your organisation’s purpose and goals more effectively.
How does it work?
We’ll ask you a few questions about your website and then write a report that covers key usability topics and provides recommendations. We are also available for a follow up session so you can ask questions and discuss the recommendations.
What can I use it for?
- plan improvement/redevelopment projects
- build a case for additional resource
- share with your website developer
Who does the assessments?
We have a team of volunteer web usability experts coordinated by Louise Lum, who presented the Make your website work harder for you workshops.
What else can we help with?
Our Resources section has a useful Website development plan template and we have volunteers who can help you with website analytics.
Check out our Website usability resources.