Want to help us improve the ALA? We’re reviewing our website and need your feedback!

ALA is looking for volunteers to help us improve the usability, look and feel of our website. If you’re interested in shaping the future of the ALA, we’d love to hear from you!

The ALA has undertaken several user satisfaction surveys since launching in 2010. As a response to your feedback, we’ve implemented many of the comments and suggestions raised. We also have more exciting improvements in our pipeline.  

Since web technologies and styles are constantly changing, we are looking to undertake a review of our website and we need your input.

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ALA homepage over the years

We are looking for volunteers to help us by undertaking a series of tasks. These would include a face-to-face interview (via video conference), reviewing mockups, and testing prototypes. Essentially, we’d like to hear your feedback on the site as it currently is and continue hearing your input as we develop new designs.

We appreciate your time and feedback, and your input will help shape the ALA.

Who can participate?

What’s involved?

Participating in our user experience testing will involve a series of tasks including a face-to-face (online) interview, reviewing mockup designs and testing prototypes. All up, these activities would take just 3-4 hours of your time over the next 12 months, starting from late February 2023.

When do registrations close?

If you are interested in participating, please let us know by Friday, 10 February 2023.

How do I register?

Register my interest

Next steps

In late February we’ll select a representative user group, and email those users to organise the first activities.

Any questions?

Please email us at support@ala.org.au.

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