Articles by Samuel S. Monfort
Mr. Monfort is a 2nd year PhD student at George Mason University’s Human Factors & Applied Cognition program. He received his MA in Psychology from Wake Forest University and his BS in Psychology from The College of William and Mary. His research interests pertain to human performance in high-stress and dangerous environments, data analysis, and research design.
Improving Voter Experience Through User Testing and Iterative Design
Abstract The principal focus of this report was to identify practical and correctable problems with the voting process and to mitigate those problems through careful application of human factors techniques. We developed a survey questionnaire to identify issues with the voting process and found that respondents consistently reported that wait times and lines were the […] [Read More]