We developed a web tool to support the Designing for Dissemination and Sustainability process (D4DS). D4DS refers to a way of ensuring that “the product” of our work solves a problem and fits the context in which it is intended to be adopted. D4DS focuses on engaging design partners to increase adoption, sustainability, and impact on health and health equity. The web tool is called the D4DS Planner and helps researchers engage partners through an iterative and interactive process. The D4DS web tool also has an Education Hub where learners can search for and review the research that supports each Action Item in the Action Planner.
We would like to invite COPRH Con attendees to participate in D4DS Web Tool usability testing. Each session will last 30 minutes and participants will be asked to complete 2-3 tasks in the web tool as they think aloud, a method often used in the field of user-centered design.
User-testing sessions are available throughout COPRH Con.
Participants who complete the user-testing session will receive a $10 Starbucks gift card for their time.