The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) website averages over four thousand visitors a day. Every week, about five thousand people perform a search for a congregation! UUA.org is one of our most important tools for introducing seekers to Unitarian Universalism.
We regularly do usability testing to make UUA.org easier to use. If you'd be willing to be a tester, we'd be very appreciative.
No obligation: Giving us your name does not obligate you to anything! If you can’t spare the time when we email you, that’s fine. We can keep your name for a later test, or remove your name entirely—it’s up to you.
—The Unitarian Universalist Association Information Technology Services Web Team (web @ uua.org): Kasey Melski, Julie Albanese, and Margy Levine Young, Manager
Read more about recent improvements to UUA.org and our team's current projects on Site Improvements.
Often these common plugins are already installed on your computer, but downloading the latest versions may help you enjoy all that UUA.org has to offer.
UUA.org works best on the following browsers (we've tested our site on the versions listed, but downloading the latest version of your preferred browser may be helpful):
Security settings in your browser may cause glitches in some of our features. To address these problems, add UUA.org (http://*.uua.org) and Google.com (http://*.google.com) to your list of trusted sites.
We monitor the use of our site closely, so we can make informed decisions about improvements to our usability and design. We use Google Analytics, Crazy Egg, surveys, feedback forms, and other tools to help us understand how well our site works for you.
For more information contact web @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
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Last updated on Wednesday, November 20, 2013.
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