The team at Ravelry is spearheading new site improvements, but before they can build the next best thing, they want to know how users interact with the site. To study behaviors, Ravelry is asking users to become Usability Testing Volunteers. You don’t need to know coding skills or the latest techy jargon to apply. Instead, just simply opt into the new job title by toggling on the “Usability Testing Volunteer” option in the “Beta Testing” section on your Preferences page. As a UTV, Ravelry will be able to see the country in which you live, what device you are using to browse, and what pages you go to on Ravelry. And from the data, they will be able to determine how to build the site to best fit the needs and wants of the user.