Usability of voting systems: baseline data for paper, punch cards, and lever machines

@inproceedings{Byrne2007UsabilityOV,
  title={Usability of voting systems: baseline data for paper, punch cards, and lever machines},
  author={Michael D. Byrne and Kristen K. Greene and Sarah P. Everett},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2007}
}
In the United States, computer-based voting machines are rapidly replacing other older technologies. While there is potential for this to be a usability improvement, particularly in terms of accessibility, the only way it is possible to know if usability has improved is to have baseline data on the usability of traditional technologies. We report an experiment assessing the usability of punch cards, lever machines, and two forms of paper ballot. There were no differences in ballot completion… CONTINUE READING

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