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As civic tech mostly aims to promote citizen participation, usability testing services are really useful to encourage that desired engagement. Here you will learn about platforms that connect communities with the private and public sectors as well as research initiatives that involve users in design and development processes.

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Usability Lab at Open Tech Fund

These usability challenges hamper tool adoption, or may cause misunderstandings for users about tool functionalities, and subsequently may give users a false sense of security.

Civic User Testing Group (CUTGroup)

CUTgroup gives residents the opportunity to be a part of the design process for emerging civic technology initiatives through user testing and focus groups


GRIT Toronto offers a usability testing service which connects technology creators from the private, public and nonprofit sectors with diverse and underrepresented communities in the city.

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