Publications

Journal papers and publications

Ayotte, D., Brennan, M., Frishberg, N., Jimes, C., Petrides, L., Quesenbery, W., and others (2016) A Tool for Capturing Essential Preferences. ASSETS 2016, October 2016, Reno, NV

Chisnell, D. (2016) Democracy is a Design Problem (Invited Essay). Journal of Usability Studies, Vol. 11, Issue 4, August 2016 UXPA

Summers, K., Quesenbery, W., Pointer. A (2016). Making Voting by Mail Usable, Accessible, and Inclusive. Advances for Design in Inclusion – AHFE 2016, Orlando, FL

Shah, N. (2016) Automatic Voter Registration: Two NVRA-Compliant Models. Project Vote, July 2016

Quesenbery, W., and Chisnell, D. (2015). Poll Workers and Election Integrity: Security as if People MatteredHAS2015, at HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA,

Quesenbery, W. (2015). Speaking With, Writing For. Civic Quarterly Issue 3, Spring 2015

Chisnell, D. (2014). Saving the (Election) Day. Civic Quarterly, Issue 1, Fall 2014

Summers, K., Chisnell, D., Davies, D., Alton, N., McKeever, M. (2014) Making Voting Accessible: Designing Digital Ballot Marking for People with Low Literacy and Mild Cognitive Disabilities. USENIX Journal of Election Technology and Systems, 2:2, April 2014

Quesenbery, W. (2014) Why We Vote: A qualitative investigation of attitudes about participation in elections by young adults. Dissertation submitted for the MSc in Social Research Methods, Open University, March 2014

Harrell, C., Fineman, A., Newby, E., Chisnell, D. and Quesenbery, W. (2013) Usability of County Election Websites HCI International 2013, Las Vegas, NV, USA

Norden, L., Quesenbery, W., Kimball, D. (2012) Better Design, Better Elections. The Brennan Center for Justice

Chisnell, D. (2012). Counter to Intent. Voters’ Mental Models of Alternative Counting MethodsPresented at EVT/WOTE 2012, Bellevue, WA, USA

Quesenbery, W. (2012). Accessible Voting in 2012. Information Technology and Disabilities Journal, XIII:1, April 2013.

Quesenbery, W., Chisnell, D. (2011). Voting in New York City: Why is Ballot Design so Hard to Get Right? User Experience Magazine, 10(2).

Swierenga, S. J., Pierce, G. L., Quesenbery, W., Vanderheiden, G. C., Seleski, P. A. (2011). Testing Usability Performance of Voting Systems: Screening, Background, and Post-Study Question Bank. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Contract # SB1341-10-SE-0985. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University

Chisnell, D. (2010). Looking at accessibility as a design problem. Interactions: New Visions Of Human-Computer Interaction, 17(5), 43.

Swierenga, S. J., Pierce, G. L., Quesenbery, W., Seleski, P. A., & Vanderheiden, G. C. (2010). Testing Usability Performance of Voting Systems: Reference Questionnaires. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Contract # SB1341-10-SE-0985. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University

Redish, J. G., Chisnell, D. E., Newby, E., Laskowski, S. J., & Lowry, S. (2009). Report of Findings: Use of Language in Ballot Instructions. NISTIR 7556

Chisnell, D., Becker, S., Laskowski, S., & Lowry, S. (2009). Style guide for voting system documentation: Why user-centered documentation matters to voting security. EVT/WOTE’09, Montreal, Canada

Norden, L., Kimball, D., Quesenbery, W., Chen, M. (2008) Better Ballots. The Brennan Center for Justice

 

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