Okay, “fun” is subjective, but these short activities will help you and the grants community by informing how we organize and present the resources you need most. The goal is to make it faster and easier for you to find the specific information you need to get back to your job.
|Drag and drop words and phrases into existing categories, or create a new category that makes more sense to you. This Card Sort activity takes approximately 15 minutes, and it will help us determine how information is combined and displayed on Grants.gov.||Click through branching menus to find information that matches the task prompt. This Tree Test activity takes approximately 15 minutes, and it will help us refine the information architecture for Grants.gov.|
Thank you in advance for your participation in this usability exercise. Your input is critical and will contribute to the grants community. You will find further instructions and prompts for completing each activity in the links. These activities close on May 25th, so don’t wait too long!
3 thoughts on “Fun Activities to Help Grants.gov Improve Your Experience”
Looks like you have a good UX designer on-board. Keep up the good work. Good luck!
I want my own house and I am disabled and don’t know anyone else can you please help me so I can help homeless people think you God bless my name is Garrick my phone number is 843-506-8150
Hi Garrick, please complete the Benefits Finder tool on Benefits.gov to see if you are eligible for any personal federal financial assistance: https://www.benefits.gov/
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