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"Libby Hanna has been a pleasure to work with. She has run several tests on
products I have been working on. On our most recent test, she quickly grasped
our product and the usability issues surrounding it. Her test proposal delved
directly into those issues. She conducted the test with friendly professionalism
that put all of the test subjects at ease. Her insights and suggestions during
the test followed by her test report have helped us improve the usability of
PictureIQ TransForce. I will gladly seek Ms. Hanna's help the next time I need
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"Libby Hanna's work is top quality, but more than that, she delivers when she says she will. She's at the top of our list when we need help with a project involving children. She recently lead the design effort for a tutorial involving web animation and voice-over that had to be concise but still thorough, as well as inviting. She worked with our client and the developers to overcome all the obstacles, and made our client very happy."
Hanna is a true professional and a pleasure to work with. Our recent work
with Libby led to some key navigational element changes and directly
contributed to a more user-friendly experience on our Web site. Her
understanding of the medium, responsiveness, and commitment to delivering a
quality product, as well as her sense of humor and flexibility, made working
with her a very positive experience. I would be very happy to work with
"Libby Hanna's thorough investigation and reporting on very complex online
applications helped Apex provide our customers with an easier-to-use interface
and an improved user experience of our registration and enrollment systems. With
very little guidance Libby was able to fathom what we needed to do to do to our
systems to make them successful and help us get there."
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