Harpreet Kaur

Harpreet Kaur has led research on usability testing at BBC Media Action, India and helped mhealth projects in Nigeria.

She has over a decade of experience in research and implementation of projects in public health, human rights, gender, disaster management, disability rights & corporate social responsibility. She has previously held management positions at BBC Media Action & Panos South Asia.

Harpreet has a PhD and her dissertation focuses on 'Terrorism & human rights: a cross-cultural study in Jammu & Kashmir'.

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It pays to put audience at the centre of design

Posted on: August 13, 2014 Categories: Innovation, Research | Tags: , , ,

Observation room at the Gupshup Potli usability testing lab

The ‘Gupshup Potli‘ usability testing reminded me of my first day as part of the Shaping Demands and Practices project team at BBC Media Action. It was my first meeting with our donors – the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) – reviewing achievements and discussing how we could increase the reach of our project’s [...]

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