|ISOGG Member Peer Review|
We are recruiting ISOGG members to perform a "peer review" for those members who would like to have their DNA project website critiqued. To assist in peer review or request your site to be critiqued, please e-mail.
Members are asked to adhere to the following
4. Constructive criticism only! For example: If a font
is too small making it difficult to read, or maybe a color scheme makes a font hard to read, then mention it, but if you don't care for
8. The ISOGG Peer Review graphic is sent to the owners of all reviewed websites, to identify that their website has been peer reviewed.
Thanks in advance for participating!
Peer Review Testimonials:
"Just wanted to comment about the terrific
peer review that I received. I received it very timely. The observations I received from
the reviewer were informative and of substance. I made most of the changes or additions
recommended, and feel that I have upgraded the site through this process. Thanks for
offering the peer review. It has been beneficial."
"BTW really nice use of our cookie cutter web site." (Comment by Bennett Greenspan e-mailed to an Admin utilizing FTDNA's free one page project website AFTER the site had been ISOGG Peer Reviewed. This quote has been used with permission.) - Rec'vd 10 May 2005
"I plan on starting on the suggested improvements very soon. The comments were very informative and once implemented will improve my site considerably. I believe the improvements will help me attract more participants. The peer review program was a great idea." - Rec'vd 18 Jul 2005
"Thank you so very much. I am in the process
of implementing changes to my website recommended by your peer review. ISOGG's DNA Project
Website Peer Review is constructive and very informative."
"Thank you for the peer review. I appreciate the
opportunity afforded by ISOGG to have an objective opinion of the project
web site. All of the recommendations were thoughtful and helped make the
website more useful for participants."
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