Help Make Our Home Page Better

Editor’s Note: This article previously appeared in a different format as part of The Atlantic’s Notes section, retired in 2021.

Are you a regular visitor to the home page of The Atlantic? We’d like to pull you into our user testing group, particularly if you live in or near our headquarters in Washington, D.C. We want to get a sense of how different visitors to our site experience the home page, to figure out what they love about it, what they love less, and what they would love to be added. So we’re going to bring a few members of this group into our offices here at The Atlantic to watch how they use the site, and ask them some questions about it. If you’re interested in participating, just fill out this form.

Even if you’re not asked to come in for an in-person testing session with our site, we may survey you about your experiences with the site, and solicit your input and feedback. So whether or not you’re in the area, please do fill out the form if you’re willing to offer us your thoughts. Thanks in advance for helping us refine the site!

(I’m going to link to the form one more time, just in case you missed it. OK, out for real.)