It’s time for this week’s update from PREreview.org!
What’s new at PREreview?
We worked through several older PREreviews this week, making sure they display correctly.
We also looked at how the site appears when using a high-constrast theme in Windows, and fixed a number of problems that we found.
Finally, we advanced design work related to the upcoming refresh of our homepage.
Our plan is to begin implementing design changes to our sandbox site as soon as possible to test them ahead of deployment on PREreview.org.
Our next round of community calls is in April. We’ll talk more about upcoming changes to our Rapid PREreview feature during those calls. Registration details will follow in later weeknotes and in our March newsletter.
You can also give feedback in a small-group or 1:1 setting by signing up for a 30-minute interview with Chad Sansing, Product Manager at PREreview.org. If you can’t find a time that works for you, please email Chad to arrange a call. Whenever possible, we compensate interviewees.
New information about our participatory user research sprints will be here soon. The first workshop will be facilitated twice in April. Subscribe to our newsletter for more information about the sprints. We’ll be compensating sprint participants whenever possible.
We’ll return next Friday with the latest updates from PREreview.org.
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