4105Re: Online Usability Tests
- Mar 19, 2008--- In email@example.com, "patdaman999" <piwilson@...>
>Sorry, I have been informed the link is wrong...
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, William Pietri <william@>
> > Todd Zaki Warfel wrote:
> > > On Mar 18, 2008, at 9:23 PM, William Pietri wrote:
> > >> one could also do some interesting things by capturing the event
> > >> stream and sending it back via AJAX. And I'd love to try to build
> > >> something that ties those events into snapshots taken via Flash's
> > >> webcam support.
> > >
> > > Seems like a lot more work than just watching a few people using it.
> > Undeniable. But better data is sometimes worth more work.
> > William
> This topic is very similar to my master research topic. Last May,
> many members of this community assisted me by filling out a web survey
> aimed at collecting requirements for a low fi prototyping tool. We
> (Frank Maurer and myself) have created a tool called ActiveStory which
> allows designers to create low fi wireframe prototypes via a tablet
> and deploy them to the internet. Usability test participants can then
> use the prototype and the system automatically collects data such as:
> the time spent on a page, the mouse trail of each user, and allows
> users to post comments on any page in the design. If anyone is
> interested in evaluating the tool I would greatly appreciate it.
> ActiveStory can be downloaded from
> Patrick Wilson
> MSc Student
> University of Calgary
here is the right one.
sorry about that.
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