Articles by Menno de Jong
Menno de Jong is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Twente (Enschede, the Netherlands). His research focuses on the methodology of applied communication research. He has published about usability testing, website evaluation and document evaluation.
User Research of a Voting Machine: Preliminary Findings and Experiences
Abstract This paper describes a usability study of the Nedap voting machine in the Netherlands. On the day of the national elections, 566 voters participated in our study immediately after having cast their real vote. The research focused on the correspondence between voter intents and voting results, distinguishing between usability (correspondence between voter intents and […] [Read More]