Akkana Peck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Apparently someone (in gnome?) is working on some sort of
> card-sorting app to help with distributed paper prototyping.
The application I am speaking of is being developed by the team behind
openusability.org. The main advantage will be that it will includes
code for analysing the results.
> Anyone concerned with the Colors menu, please try this and drag
> stuff around and see if you find groupings you like better than the
> current ones.
> For the current Colors menu, the strings to paste into the
> paperproto dialog are (copy and paste the whole block):
If you use the menu labels you imply that the user knows what the
filters behind these names do. Otherwise you are just sorting the
terms, not the actual meaning. We should try to avoid that and let
users sort cards that have a short description of the filter instead
of asking them to sort the menu labels.
But certainly your card-sorting prototype can already help the way it
is. It just requires experienced gimp users.
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