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The unofficial website for the API Usability Testing project, which can help agencies collect real customer feedback to reduce errors, simplify work flow, and increase adoption of their APIs.
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/Developer Program

This is the official microsite of the API Usability Program, which provides workshops and a toolkit for agencies to collect feedback about their APIs from real or representatitve customers, and then gives agencies the tools to act on the collected data.

The site contains information about API Usability Testing sessions, the API Testing Kit, and details the lessons we've learned from analyzing dozens of agency APIs.

About the Site

This site is a partnership of 18F and the DigitalGov User Experience Program. More information about the API /Developer program is available on the /Developer Program homepage, which contains a collection of tools to help grow your agency's API efforts.

How You Can Help

Please suggest further projects, ask questions, or otherwise share thoughts in the issues tracker. Pull requests are welcome.

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All contributions to this project will be released under the CC0 dedication. By submitting a pull request, you are agreeing to comply with this waiver of copyright interest.

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