Apr. 28, 2008 at 6:46am
FYI for anyone who wants a sneak peak at the new MultiCare website and to earn $50 for your feedback:
SiteCrafting is in the final stages of helping MultiCare launch their new website but we need your help. We're conducting three sessions on Wednesday, April 30 to help test the site and offer up suggestions. Each session will last about an hour and, best of all, a stipend of $50 will be paid to each participant.
Contact Mandi (firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-272-2248) to reserve your slot and get more details on when and where to show up.
We're looking for folks from all kinds of background and web experience so don't exclude yourself even if you make use of your CD-ROM tray as a cup holder. ;)
comments  | posted under focus group, multicare.org, sitecrafting, tacoma, testing, websiteComments
by jenyum on 4/28/2008 @ 10:29am
|I posted something about it. Daytime focus groups tend to work well for stay at home moms.|
by KevinFreitas on 4/28/2008 @ 10:38am
|Definitely. The group times are from 10-11am, 11:30-12:30, and 2-3pm. Get with Mandi above to see which slots are still available. Thanks!|
by Mandiferous on 4/28/2008 @ 10:41am
|All of them are available, but we could particularly use some volunteers for the 11:30 slot.|
by Mandiferous on 4/28/2008 @ 4:30pm
|Ignore that last comment. We could use volunteers for ANY time slot!|
by Mandiferous on 4/29/2008 @ 10:29am
|Still need people for 11:30am and 2pm. C'mon guys, it's $50 for an hour of work!|
by lisita77 on 4/29/2008 @ 9:25pm
|Do you still need people? I'm interested if its not too late. I'll send an email to Mandi, just thought I'd reply in case you were online.|
by KevinFreitas on 5/1/2008 @ 8:55am
|Thanks to everyone who participated. We got some great feedback!|
Although I have another home on the web I thought it might be nice to lead by example a bit and put this blog system up to the test myself.
So far, so good... Funny how I build web tools for other people that are far better than the one's I have setup over on KFnet.
Hey Clear Channel, Clean Up Your Crap!