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Luke P. Woods
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Elizabeth Hare
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Michael Konetzka
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Mary Quant
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Matthew Terdich


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Design for Democracy Electronic Ballot

Design for Democracy took root after the 2000 presidential election controversy surrounding election materials that inhibited the democratic process. Good design could make a difference, establish a more transparent system and facilitate simpler, more direct methods of voting. The initiative grew out of student projects focusing on Cook County elections led by Marcia Lausen at UIC. This work is shown and described in more detail in her award winning book on election design. I was approached to be part of a team spread out across the U.S. to design an electronic ballot prototype for the Election Advisory Commission. We worked with election officials and special needs experts to develop a straightforward, accessible touch-screen prototype, which has been successfully tested in the New York area.