Online DNA testing used to be a luxury option and gift idea for the nerdy. Today, the growing accessibility of tests, prevalence of services and affordability of options means this is no longer true.
Anyone with the money and the desire to learn can contact the appropriate provider for a kit, send off a sample and get their results.
The problem is that these websites and results pages aren’t always able to meet user needs. Some find it hard to understand the data.
Some struggle to locate other users and make use of the results. Others need more detailed information than the site provides. This … Continue Reading