information strategy


Usability/Accessibility Research


User Experience Design


other projects


Publications

Ismirle, J., Zantjer, R., Sommer, A., Decloniemaclennan, T., Deaton, P., Jackson, J., & Swierenga, S. J. (2015, Aprul 29). SOM DEQ MiWaters Website Usability Evaluation Report. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting.

Gonzales, L., & Zantjer, R. (n.d.). The Difference is in the Design: How Untranslatable Words Challenge Digital Translation Tools. In Rhetoric and Experience Architecture. Forthcoming 2015

Zantjer, R., & Gonzales, L. (2015). What is Meant by User Experience? Analyzing Usability/User Experience Professionalsí Dynamic Representations of Self. Journal of Usability Studies, Special Student Issue. Submitted 2015.

Zantjer, R. (2014, October 21). The Difference is in the Design: How Untranslatable Words Challenge Technology and Pedagogy. Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative.

Coursaris, C., Zantjer, R., & Swierenga, S. (2014, December 23). Jackson National Life User Interface Evaluation Report. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Usability/Acessibility Research and Consulting.

Coursaris, C., Zantjer, R., & Swieranga, S. (2014, November 18). [Client Name Redacted] Usability Evaluation Report. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting.

Zantjer, R., Deaton, P., George, M. & Jackson, J. E. (2014, September 30). Julian Samora Research Institute Accessibility Compliance Evaluation Report. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting.


publications and workshops

Encountering the Story: Documentary Filmmaking with Marine Veterans, Invited Keynote Speaker, Michigan Oral History Association 2014 Annual Meeting, Michigan Historical Society, 2014

The Politics of Translation Tools: What Untranslatable Words Reveal about Culture, Language, and Technology Design, Panelist, Language Graduate Students Association Found In Translation Conference, University of Connecticut, 2014

Stories In Motion: The Challenges, Ethics, and Effects of Oral History-Based Documentary Filmmaking with U.S. Marine Veterans, Panelist, Oral History Association Annual Meeting 2014, Madison, Wisconsin, 2014

For the 25: Documenting Post-Traumatic Stress Recovery, Invited Presenter, 2013 Survive and Thrive Conference, St. Cloud State University, 2013

Because Every Way of Seeing is a Way of Not Seeing: The Influence of Genre on Memory Narratives, University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum, Michigan State University Union, 2013

Strategies for Teaching the Learning Memoir, Guest lecture for graduate teaching assistants, Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, 2014

Analyzing Interviews and Making Claims, Guest lecture for first-year writing students, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, 2013