Re: [agile-usability] Re: Categorization Tool
IBM EZSort and EZCalc
I've used them often and found them to be helpful.
Consider SPSS, if you can bear with the tool complexity.
-Manish Govind Pillewar
Designer | User Experiences
--- On Thu, 25/2/10, Scott Preece <sepreece@...> wrote:
From: Scott Preece <sepreece@...>
Subject: Re: [agile-usability] Re: Categorization Tool
Date: Thursday, 25 February, 2010, 22:15I would lean towards a commercial taxonomy-management tool built on top of a database. When we looked at this, we found that the functional requirements for the tool were a lot heavier than we wanted to implement ourselves, especially if you have multiple people working on the taxonomy simultaneously. If you're working on a commercial site, and building a taxonomy large enough to need a tool, the cost of a good tool is probably worth it.
We thought a tool called Synaptica looked pretty good, but this was two years ago and I have no idea whether it's still in the market.