Founding Member @ Usability Lab at U.S. Census Bureau
Mobile survey UX design for older and younger adults
Elizabeth Nichols is a founding member of the Usability Lab at the U.S. Census Bureau. The lab is located in the Center for Behavioral Science Methods. In that center, staff conduct usability studies, as well as cognitive testing, focus groups, and other experimental studies focusing on the measurement error associated with surveys and analyzing survey data. She has a M.S. in Statistics from the George Washington University and over 20 years of hands-on experience with usability testing at the Census Bureau.