I don’t use gmail luckily but how not on to it do you have to be got by this page?
If you don’t know what pages you’re surfing at any one time, you shouldn’t have a license to surf imho.
And why would you bring up an email server page and then click on another tab without logging in?
It would work better if it only went after tabs containing already open email and then showed the corresponding emails login page
– the switch clicks and I’m evil =^_^= (that reminds me of a samari pizza cat, that was the coolest cartoon)
Lucky I don’t know any coding yet and I don’t understand the point of having lots of access to random peoples email addys
(in top righthand corner) Search bar
Newsletter sign up
Combined navigation will contain
Yarns/shop (yarn studio)
Learn to knit/crochet
Connect with people (find store, newsletter signup, tips and comic strip)
The user testing form is used to figure out how clear a set of instructions are.
In the test the testers verify that they are able to complete each point of the instructions as they go through, to make sure the instructions are clear.
The users tick off each step as they correctly complete it, they only sign it off if they complete the whole set of instructions correctly.
Obtain word doc.
Get to start point
Quartiles– The middle values between the lowest number and the middle number (lower quartile) or the middle number and the highest number (upper quartile.)
Interquartile range– The upper quartile minus the lower quartile
Class interval– Data that is grouped into intervals (e.g. 10-20, 20-30), usually for the purpose of putting it into a graph.
Frequency– The number of times a particular class interval occurs.
Continuous variable– A piece of data that can have a percentage (e.g. It can take 2 and a 1/2 minutes to complete a task)
Discrete variable– A piece of data which has to be a whole number (e.g. The amount of right answers in a test must be 23 and cannot be 23.6)
Grouped frequency distribution– A list of the different varibles taken in a sample (e.g. 2,2,4,6,7,7,12,13,14,14)
Probability Trees– A diagram used to define the possiblities of getting a certain outcome. (see below)
Equation values of data
Mean– All the varibles added together and divided by the number of varibles there are.
Median– The middle piece of data in a set.
Mode– The most fashionable piece of data in a set.
Range– The highest value of a set minus the lowest value of the set.
Graph types and definitions
Bar graph– Used to show discrete information.
Histogram– Used to show continuous data, similar to a bar graph, except there is no space between the bars and it contains class intervals.
Line graph– Information is plotted on a graph, then those point are conectted with a continuous line.
Pictograph– An icon is used to display the set amounts of data.
Pie chart– A circle chart which shows the dataas slices as a pie, information is presented in percentages.
Heads (0.25) – 0.5×0.25= 2 heads odds
Probability trees are used to show the possibility of getting different data in a situation there are more than one outcome.
This is a brief for an online yarn store.
Website design research
Websites that inspire
Points to keep
Once logged in, prices are displayed in users currency.
Points to consider/change
It has two naviation bars which need to be collaberated and possibly have drop downs added to them for extended menus. Also the navigation bars change from page to page.
Logo colours- gold and green need .
‘Making contact’ details (newsletter, find-a-store, ph numbers, contact details) need to be grouped and stuck on one page.
Pattern search needs to be upgraded- most the options can be check boxes/hotlink lists instead of scroll lists, there are several scroll lists on the search page which make the search too detailed and bring back less results.
Could possibly do with a chatboard so customers can help each other out with problems/’moderators’ can answer questions.
Text should be plain black for easier reading, links should be recognisable by being a different colour.
Shop needs to be more visual, picture links for different products.
Could include a short description of basic information under pics of wool (Fiber makeup, meterage, recom. needle size, gms etc.)
The ‘lb collection’ doesn’t clearly link back to the main website, no menu navigation.
Pages take a long time to load because of menu icons.