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Re: Card Sorting

From: Sailesh Panchang <sailesh.panchang@deque.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 18:17:16 -0500
Message-ID: <01aa01c40ae3$a8b896e0$a201a8c0@deque.local>
To: <public-wai-eo-site@w3.org>
Here is the xls file.
The Notepad files are attached too.
  It will be good if these formats are handy  / loaded on the PCs  ready for the participants  to use.
  This may be good for   sighted  users as well! And  can be sent as an  e-survey too.
  Sailesh Panchang
  Senior Accessibility Engineer 
  Deque Systems,11180  Sunrise Valley Drive, 
  4th Floor, Reston VA 20191
  Tel: 703-225-0380 Extension 105 
  E-mail: sailesh.panchang@deque.com
  Fax: 703-225-0387
  * Look up <http://www.deque.com> *

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Carol at Kognitive.com 
  To: public-wai-eo-site@w3.org 
  Sent: Monday, March 15, 2004 3:43 PM
  Subject: WSTF: Card Sorting

  Hello WSTF,

  Here is my 2nd round with the list of cards (down to 52 cards) as well as an HTML version of the Card Sort.  I am also making a printable version of this.  http://www.kognitive.com/eowg/closedcardsort.htm

  Please look at the list so we can finalize it on the call tonight.  I need to print the stickers for the cards before I leave tomorrow afternoon.  I'll be making the fonts larger than they were last time so that people with limited sight can still view the cards.  As much as possible we should use the physical card set as we can randomize that set the easiest - the HTML version will be difficult to randomize. 

  On the HTML page currently I have the full list of cards and then a Matrix. Which is easier for people using a screenreader (or similar technology) to sort?  I've also asked Sailesh Panchang this question off list.

  I'll be brining my laptop to work on so I can adjust the document between tests.  Does anyone know if a wireless internet connection will be available at the conference?

  Please confirm the categories for people to sort into on the call so I can make "placemats" for the user's to place the cards onto.  I think 3 sets of cards/placemats, etc. is enough.

  I'm working on text for the intro that the facilitators will say when doing the card sort.

  Sorry I didn't get this out sooner.  


  Carol J. Smith

Received on Monday, 15 March 2004 18:06:28 UTC

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