New York Public Library\'s Infomaki

1 Apr 2009 - 10:02am
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ambroselittle
2008

Hey this is pretty nice. I sort of feel like it's a bit much being asked
after every question if I want to answer another. I think I'd prefer just
telling me up front I can click a very prominent "EXIT" button to move on
once I get tired of answering questions. Then each question wouldn't
require me to explicitly say I'm willing to answer.

But I like the way it asks where would you click and I can just do that. I
assume it might be timing how long I sit there.. I couldn't figure out where
blogs were, so after doing a second pass and reading the labels, I picked
what seemed most likely.. typical behavior I guess. :)

On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 5:10 PM, jamie Bresner <jbresner at gmail.com> wrote:

> Has anyone had a chance to check out the NYPL's usability software,
> Infomaki at http://usability.nypl.org/
>
> Seems like a clever tool to get some quick feedback from online
> users. On their blog, they post some details about initial results
> they've been getting
> (http://labs.nypl.org/2009/03/05/infomaki-facts-and-figures/).
>
>
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