Jennifer Ismirle is a Senior User Experience Researcher at Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting, focusing on user-centered review and analysis of websites and other products. She has three degrees from Michigan State University: a M.A.in Digital Rhetoric and Professional Writing, a B.A. in Professional Writing, and a B.A. in English. Jennifer leads and conducts usability studies and uses a variety of user experience evaluation methods, including 1-on-1 usability testing sessions, focus group sessions, and heuristic reviews. These research studies have involved a variety of focuses including a universally designed mobile voting user interface (for individuals with dexterity impairments, low vision, or dyslexia), an accessible voting joystick for users with motor impairments, teleconsultations between physicians, a mobile application for recreation activities, State of Michigan websites, remote testing with software products, and the public-facing and internal sides of a variety of websites.
- Senior User Experience Researcher, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting