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var quizdata =
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{
"timestamp": "Timestamp",
"username": "Username",
"question1": "Question 1",
"reason": "Enter a one sentence reason for each choice you are unsure about.",
"grade": "Grade"
},
{
"username": "TRUTH",
"question1": "A,D"
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:51:46.000Z",
"username": "snollygostercompass",
"question1": "A, C, D, E",
"reason": "I'n uncertain about saturation: it seems that the icon has saturated black color and this fact distuinguishes it well (it can be seen well).",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:51:57.000Z",
"username": "uvulabars",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"reason": "E: Saturation: it is important if you want to ensure that it's a good design for the icon relative to it's background.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:08.000Z",
"username": "silveroxbird",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:13.000Z",
"username": "pitchironboots",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:15.000Z",
"username": "avocetten",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"reason": "H: sometimes they can make this button such that it pops out and blind people can feel the shape\nD: other types of video players also have this icon\nA: really simplified design\nC: looks like the disk coming out of the slot",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:24.000Z",
"username": "abundantchatter",
"question1": "A, D, E, H, J",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:25.000Z",
"username": "desertedambiguous",
"question1": "A, D",
"reason": "H. Universal Design, I think this probably does not apply because this icon doesn't necessarily mean \"eject\" in other cultures, but also many DVD players and other pieces of technology such as laptops with eject buttons use this same icon and it is consistent across many cultures (just not all of them).",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:32.000Z",
"username": "bulldeceit",
"question1": "A, B, D",
"reason": "A. This icon is reduced to its most essential meaning, which help to make it quick to understand\nB. The size of this icon will determine how long it takes a user to hit its target\nD. This icon is designed to be consistent with the motion of ejecting a disk",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:40.000Z",
"username": "slipperyunknown",
"question1": "A, D, H, I",
"reason": "I: it does not have a right or left direction so it should work equally well for both. \n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:42.000Z",
"username": "followingcolossal",
"question1": "C, D, G, H",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:48.000Z",
"username": "fluffyquack",
"question1": "A, B, D, H",
"reason": "Reduction: Different from Minimalism?\n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:48.000Z",
"username": "arrowwheel",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"reason": "Universal design – not exclusive of any particular target group",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:49.000Z",
"username": "thudelderly",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"reason": "Reduction because it reduces text to simply an image that conveys its meaning. it is direct mapping because it looks like something coming out (up) of a platform like a disk coming out of the DVD player. It is universally designed for those who cannot read as well, it allows them to identify its purpose.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:50.000Z",
"username": "shinybap",
"question1": "B, D, H",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:53.000Z",
"username": "endurableapathetic",
"question1": "B, D, E, J",
"reason": "Not entirely sure if saturation will have strong relevance to saturation.",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:52:54.000Z",
"username": "frontalcoyote",
"question1": "C, D, E, H, I",
"reason": "C: Direct mapping from DVD players/VCRs\nE: High contrast black on whitem it's an easily identifiable icon\nI: Symmetrical, so works well for right-to-left languages",
"grade": 5
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:05.000Z",
"username": "trentrope",
"question1": "A, B, D, E, G, H",
"reason": "B: The size of the button effects how long it takes to select it re: fitt's law.\nE: Overly saturated colors can be tiring to look at; this is likely only a problem if the entire scheme is saturated.\nH: Should be large and easy for eveyo",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:05.000Z",
"username": "dehydratedfard",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:08.000Z",
"username": "veterinarianscotch",
"question1": "A, C, D",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:08.000Z",
"username": "cariboujoiner",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"reason": "B. The design of this icon will not affect the fitt's estimate (unless you consider the clickable region)\nI.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:11.000Z",
"username": "meowchinchilla",
"question1": "A, E, H",
"reason": "A: Because it is the shape of a disk with an arrow to show it's being ejected, but very simplified\nD: I think this isn't true, because the arrow is pointing in a direction that the disk isn't actually being ejected. It shows the disk moving, but not in the same way it actually moves when the button is pressed.\n",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:12.000Z",
"username": "fardiscfizz",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"reason": "E: The icon is in black and white, but it could have been drawn in highly saturated colours which would have been bad.\nH: The icon should have alt-text explaining what it is for blind users.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:14.000Z",
"username": "ghasttearlit",
"question1": "A, B, D, E",
"reason": "B: The shape of the button containing the icon is presumably a rectangle which is easier to hit than a thin shape, by fitt's law.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:18.000Z",
"username": "infatuatedmaniacal",
"question1": "A, C, D, E, H",
"reason": "Reduction - the icon is as simple as possible\n",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:19.000Z",
"username": "smackgritting",
"question1": "A, C, D, E, H, I",
"reason": "B: Fitts law will tell us how long it takes the user to click on the icon, but I'm not sure how big this icon is.\nE: It's not a very saturated color.",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:22.000Z",
"username": "witchesstubborn",
"question1": "A, D, E, H, I",
"reason": "RTL languages are important because if there's text on the button as well, the icon must be placed correctly relative to the text",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:22.000Z",
"username": "wistfulfeatures",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "J: I don't quite recall what double buffering is.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:25.000Z",
"username": "funnyracehorse",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "E -if it is black on white background as shown good",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:26.000Z",
"username": "pluggedgay",
"question1": "C, D, H",
"reason": "About direct mapping, really you only understand that after the fact. Otherwise it could be a small house with a large roof, or just a weird shape or figure. Once you know that it ejects discs (or things, nowadays), then you can see that it maps to a disk or block moving out like the arrow suggests.",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:29.000Z",
"username": "murmurexciting",
"question1": "A, D",
"reason": "Fitts' law applies to the size of the icon when it is displayed, not its actual design",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:29.000Z",
"username": "hitterputting",
"question1": "C, D, H",
"reason": "Direct Mapping: the icon originated for VHS, which actually had an upward motion during eject that was visible to users.\n",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:31.000Z",
"username": "concernedefficient",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:34.000Z",
"username": "slappingdispirited",
"question1": "D, H",
"reason": "C: Direct mapping is if it's mapped consistently? but we don't know the placement of the button so it's not really showing direct mapping\nE: I forget if black is highly saturated (I don't think it is), but having the button be so dark helps user see it",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:35.000Z",
"username": "swimmingadvisor",
"question1": "D, I",
"reason": "I. all languages work with this because it's nondirectional",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:38.000Z",
"username": "bicepsnavyblue",
"question1": "C, D",
"reason": "A --\nB --\nC -- the button directly maps to the corresponding eject button on the DVD player / DVD remote\nD --\nE -- not relevant\nF -- not relevant\nG --\nH -- this icon is designed for everybody, but its universal design is not particularly relevant\nI -- not particularly relevant but helps\nJ -- not relevant",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:38.000Z",
"username": "gordonskirt",
"question1": "B, D, E, H",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:39.000Z",
"username": "infestationblobby",
"question1": "A, C, D, E, G",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:40.000Z",
"username": "cartographerbug",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "External consistency and universal design both refer to the fact that this is the eject sign for most electronic appliances (cd player, disc man, VCR etc.)\nReduction is because the design has been reduced to a simple triangle and rectangle.\n\nI am unsure about direct mapping because it is not clear to me whether the sign means pulling \"up\" (the triangle) on a disc (the rectangle). This mapping is quite obscure to me so i dont think it's an answer\n",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:42.000Z",
"username": "whispericy",
"question1": "A, B, D, E, H",
"reason": "- I thought kerning had more to do with text/font design than icons like this.\n- I'm not sure how right-to-left languages or double buffering applies to this example.",
"grade": "7"
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:42.000Z",
"username": "pantspulse",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"reason": "C.It's a button.\nE. Unsure as to what Saturation means... the icon is identifiable due to the high value of the button in contrast to the background. \n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:43.000Z",
"username": "facecockle",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:44.000Z",
"username": "limpinghellish",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"reason": "I'm unsure about direct mapping because I think it's also the same icon used on all dvd machines so the icon acts as a link between the physical button and functionality.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:44.000Z",
"username": "tentpainful",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "Universal Design is relevant because once learned it is easily recognized by everyone even illiterates",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:44.000Z",
"username": "sorefarrow",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "A: instead of writing down the words, it uses a simple symbol\nD: real DVD players uses that\nH: all real DVD players use this stymbol\n",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:45.000Z",
"username": "remarkablehack",
"question1": "A, C, D, E",
"reason": "I am unsure about Direct Mapping, because clicking on the button directly ejects the dvd, but i'm not sure that the icon conveys it.\nI put reduction because that is a general desgin principle and the icon's complexity can be reduced.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:45.000Z",
"username": "chatterscrubbing",
"question1": "A, B, C, D, E, H",
"reason": "B, C -- it depends on size how it is placed within the application how efficient it will be to press and how consistent it will be to an actual DVD player\nE -- depends on the background if this button will be reasonable to look at",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:45.000Z",
"username": "palatecrow",
"question1": "A, B, D, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:45.000Z",
"username": "ironswordscourge",
"question1": "A, B, D",
"reason": "B. The size of the button matters,\nH. Universal design means it works across user classes - this is visual, so I blind people won't see it.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:45.000Z",
"username": "quibblecustard",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:46.000Z",
"username": "sleepyinning",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "A - I'm not sure about reduction, but I take it to mean that the design of the icon is reduced to something simple.\n\nDefinitely NOT: BEFGI\n\nNot sure about CJ\nC - I don't think this is direct mapping\nJ - I can't recall what double buffering means, but I do know the button also closes the tray. But I don't think this is double buffering.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:46.000Z",
"username": "slitherhopeless",
"question1": "B, D, G, H",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:46.000Z",
"username": "jugularchamois",
"question1": "A, C, D, H, I",
"reason": "C - The DVD player will have something moving in the direction indicated by the arrow: mapping the DVD player and it's movements\nI - This will work well for people of all languages, regardless of the direction in which they read. So this feature has considered right-to-left languages and factored this in.",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:47.000Z",
"username": "aldermanlead",
"question1": "A, D, F, H, I",
"reason": "A - it reduces text on the UI, and but will be harder for novice users. So I wasn't sure if it is good or bad\nI- an icon fits both right to left and left to right\n",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:47.000Z",
"username": "snowcoffee",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "A.) Just to clarify, I see this as a reduction from an error (as in, moving outwards from the drive)\n",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:47.000Z",
"username": "hackwork",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:47.000Z",
"username": "magentarosepan",
"question1": "C, D, H",
"reason": "C: This is a direct mapping from the symbol to the eject button.\nD: It is consistent with what is typically done on actual DVD players\nH:",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:47.000Z",
"username": "nailssassy",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:47.000Z",
"username": "moshglow",
"question1": "A, D",
"reason": "external consistency - this is a widely used and understood icon",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:47.000Z",
"username": "stabbingpod",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "clerkface",
"question1": "A, C, D, F, G",
"reason": "I'm not so sure about universal design. Because with a universal design, it's supposed to be easier for the disabled, but also easier for the general people. I'm not so sure how this applies.",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "utopianwaterbottle",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "cheesemoldovan",
"question1": "A, D",
"reason": "D) I don't remember what the eject icon looks like but i THINK this is what they use on DVD/CD/VHS players etc. so I am considering it externally consistent.\n",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "melodicloathsome",
"question1": "A, C, D, G",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "infielderworried",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"reason": "E. Saturation effects visibility of button against the rest of the GUI.\nH. Clicking/tapping the icon should not be the only way to trigger the eject\n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "bumsteady",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"reason": "C - the movement \"arrow\" is somewhat directly mapped to the disk drive \"bar\"\nE. not sure if a dual colored icon can be considered saturated. It looks kinda saturated.\nH. Not sure if universal design of making an application button look like a physical button, and work for both is universal to soemone who cant use one or the other.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "moprugby",
"question1": "A, D, G, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "quantityflight",
"question1": "A, B, D, H",
"reason": "I am not sure about fitts law. It is very relavent based on the size of the icon. The smaller it is, much harder to hit.\n\nExternal consistency: Lots of dvd players and even remotes have this same icon.\n\nReduction: Very simple.\n\nUniversal design: The simplicity and consistency of it helps everyone, esp those who are illiterate.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "vaguecrank",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "yourspotless",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "We didn't discuss reduction as it applies to graphic/icon design in depth, but I think the minimalism of the icon exemplifies the concept of reduction.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "chokinggarlic",
"question1": "A, B",
"reason": "On cell phone. Sorry for brevity\n\nUnsure about fits law because I don't know how users navigate to button. Maybe they are using keyboard\n\nI don't think it is externally consistent because it doesn't really look like\n\nDouble buffering might be used to render icon but doesn't seem to be relevant in its design",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:48.000Z",
"username": "touristclotted",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:49.000Z",
"username": "greenemeraldore",
"question1": "A, B, D, H",
"reason": "A. It makes the process simpler\nB. You have to move the mouse to the icon (not through steering) and fitt's law applies to it.\nC. Not really becasue the open button doesn't correspond with the real world (unless the arrow is pointing to )\nD.\nE.\nF.\nG.\nH.\nI.\nJ.\n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:49.000Z",
"username": "ballincandescent",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:49.000Z",
"username": "fatrigid",
"question1": "D",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:49.000Z",
"username": "discusscrew",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"reason": "A - If reduction means simplicity in design, then that would be relevant to the design of the icon.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:49.000Z",
"username": "peartingley",
"question1": "A, C, D",
"reason": "Reduction: it is a very simple icon, but is it necessarily reduced from something larger?\nExternal consistency : looks somewhat like a drive with an arrow pointing out from it, so it can resemble the drive itself.\n",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:49.000Z",
"username": "chivalrousdistracted",
"question1": "D, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:49.000Z",
"username": "brokenpig",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:49.000Z",
"username": "coachbleed",
"question1": "A, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:49.000Z",
"username": "fittingbullocks",
"question1": "A, C, D",
"reason": "E. Saturation may be relevant depending on the context and background.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:50.000Z",
"username": "fenceinnocent",
"question1": "A, E, G, H",
"reason": "A. This is a minimalist design so I think there is reduction. There isn't a picture like there was in the past.\n",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:50.000Z",
"username": "derangedwrong",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:51.000Z",
"username": "standingyouthful",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:51.000Z",
"username": "sleepyjust",
"question1": "A, D, E",
"reason": "C. The icon is similar to the real shape of the ejected disc.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:51.000Z",
"username": "forearmzeal",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "E: saturation seems slightly relevant but not strongly",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:51.000Z",
"username": "bawlpark",
"question1": "A, B, D, H",
"reason": "A: The icon to eject could be more complicated, but it has been simplified to a triangle and a rectangle\nB: The icon seems large on the display. A large icon would allow it to be pressed quickly due to Fitts's Law.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:51.000Z",
"username": "distincttaekwondo",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "universal design for people with all language.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:51.000Z",
"username": "hoopscruffy",
"question1": "B, D",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:52.000Z",
"username": "abjectelk",
"question1": "A, D",
"reason": "H: Being externally consistent w/ other eject buttons may contribute to this, but universal design is a little more broad in my mind.",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:52.000Z",
"username": "vaguechin",
"question1": "A, B, D, E",
"reason": "B. I think Fitt's law might be applicable since it's size is relevant to making sure the icon is good.\nE. Saturation could indicate whether the disc is currently ejectable or not (spinning mode/reading/stopping other errors) although other properties could also be used for this\n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:52.000Z",
"username": "clayballssoft",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "A) It's simple B) I forget what this is\nD) A lot of things use this icon for eject\n",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:52.000Z",
"username": "harrysoil",
"question1": "B, D, E, I",
"reason": "Right to left languages would affect where it's placed on the screen. Not sure if that encompasses the 'design' of the icon.",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:53.000Z",
"username": "yahoopeppers",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:53.000Z",
"username": "phalanxradiologist",
"question1": "A, C, D, E, H",
"reason": "C: looks like the button that is located on the drive, which it is used to eject\nD: it looks kind of like a DVD disk.\nE: deep saturation makes for high contrast and visibility\n",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:53.000Z",
"username": "lagoonpersnickety",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "A: The design of this button is good because of its simplicity but I am unsure if this is good because it has been reduced?",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:53.000Z",
"username": "gleefulcat",
"question1": "A, D, H, I",
"reason": "A. It seems like it could be reduction because it reduces a picture of a disk ejecting to just a simple triangle and a bar underneath allowing the user to be able to easily use it. \nD. This is externally consistent with the design of other ejection of disks on other computers. \nH. This design is a dark solid color which will allow users to easily see it \nI. Both languages can view it the same way.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:53.000Z",
"username": "whooshunhealthy",
"question1": "A, D, E, F, H",
"reason": "Reduction - because minimalistic design\nExternally consistent with dvd players\nlow saturated stuff",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:53.000Z",
"username": "teamtittering",
"question1": "B, D, F, H",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:53.000Z",
"username": "clickfold",
"question1": "A,C,D,H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:54.000Z",
"username": "helmetgarlic",
"question1": "A, C, D, E, H, I",
"reason": "I. Relevant because icon is symmetric reading it from left to right or right to left, but it isn't text so....I'm not sure.",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:54.000Z",
"username": "cookiemedulla",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:54.000Z",
"username": "supremenose",
"question1": "D",
"reason": "Not sure about right-to-left languages... my thought was that the design does not incorporate text in any way, so it purposefully avoids issues with right-to-left languages. Not sure about uniersal design",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:54.000Z",
"username": "goombahdevilish",
"question1": "A, D, E",
"reason": "For D: It's not relevant to that icon in isolation, but the fact that it's a universal 'eject' symbol means it's consistent across devices with eject-like functionality (i.e., a physical DVD player).\nE: Saturation makes it stand out more as opposed to a lighter gray.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:54.000Z",
"username": "grinddriver",
"question1": "A, D, E",
"reason": "External consistency - Physical DVD/CD devices use the same icon.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:54.000Z",
"username": "milkyfeeling",
"question1": "A, B, D, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:54.000Z",
"username": "tentsalty",
"question1": "A,B,D,E,H",
"reason": "Not C unless the disc drive eject upwards.",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:55.000Z",
"username": "caterercheerful",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "H. This icon exhibits good universal design because the dark color makes it easy for people with color blindness to see it w/o getting confused.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:55.000Z",
"username": "bunscoal",
"question1": "A, B, C, D, E, G",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:55.000Z",
"username": "wrestlingduster",
"question1": "A, B, D, E, H",
"reason": "* It's unclear if Fitt's Law is relevant, since we're not shown the size of the icon. A larger icon would be easier to navigate to with a mouse. \n* We might say that Saturation is relevant, since a completely unsaturated icon might be very difficult to see against a white background.",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:55.000Z",
"username": "twigssharing",
"question1": "A, B, D, H",
"reason": "B. Depends on how big that button is in the actual application and where it is placed.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:56.000Z",
"username": "roarshrivel",
"question1": "A, B, D, E, H",
"reason": "Don't remember what double-buffering is, not going to select it.\nSaturation, in my mind should be important to allow for a visually appealing color",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:56.000Z",
"username": "fairytwenty",
"question1": "A, C, D, I",
"reason": "I am not sure about the I (right to left languages)",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:56.000Z",
"username": "heatingoldfashioned",
"question1": "A, C, D, G",
"reason": "C- It is a picture of the CD coming out (mildly)\nD- Pretty standard symbol so consisent\nF- How far apart the lines are matters but that is not the same as kerning\nH- This symbol may not be known to everyone\n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:56.000Z",
"username": "fumbleice",
"question1": "B, D, E, H",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:56.000Z",
"username": "earsplittingmixed",
"question1": "A, C, D, E, G, H",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:56.000Z",
"username": "pigletsmarties",
"question1": "A, B, D, H",
"reason": "A reduction - simple design\nH universal design - making a design accessible for all users is important\n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:56.000Z",
"username": "squirrelandorran",
"question1": "A, C, D, G, I",
"reason": "I am unsure about capture slips because it might be that one could accidentally click on the eject because it's so close to the icon.",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:57.000Z",
"username": "redwingbonny",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:57.000Z",
"username": "pulledsymptomatic",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "Reduction: As little as possible has been included in the icon while it continues to express its meaning of ejection.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:57.000Z",
"username": "boatpanamanian",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:57.000Z",
"username": "sdraughturethra",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "H. Does not rely on color, so it doesn't matter if you are visually impaired.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:58.000Z",
"username": "ubiquitousskate",
"question1": "A, C, D",
"reason": "H- I don't really think its universal design since not everyone will have the same ui (this will be of no use to deaf people)\nC/D- I think it is direct mapping/external consistency because this is what is displayed on actual dvd players to eject the disk",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:58.000Z",
"username": "compromisekennel",
"question1": "A, D, H, I",
"reason": "I: Horizontally symmetrical and is therefore agnostic to the direction of the text — though I don't know if I'd classify this as \"strongly relevant\"",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:58.000Z",
"username": "hikingwoodcock",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "I am not sure about reduction since this is an icon but it still is a very simplistic design. However that might be rlated to the actual design",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:58.000Z",
"username": "scenerybarber",
"question1": "A, C, D, E, H",
"reason": "G - I really don't remember it",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:58.000Z",
"username": "furtiveapricot",
"question1": "D, E",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:58.000Z",
"username": "wornoutman",
"question1": "A, B, C, D, E, I",
"reason": "B: I said Fitt's Law because the symbol is large and has a wide area to click on. (I'm not sure if this is the interpretation you were looking for)\n",
"grade": 6
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:59.000Z",
"username": "patheticarrogant",
"question1": "B, C, D, G, H",
"reason": "I'm actually confused about whether this is a real DVD player (e.g. in a car), or a UI from software. \nDirect mapping - should map directly to user actions\nCapture slips - should not be similar to other icons that look similar to avoid",
"grade": 5
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:59.000Z",
"username": "chompsnuffle",
"question1": "D, H",
"reason": "I think this may also be an example of reduction, but I am uncertain of whether or not it is.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:59.000Z",
"username": "urethrayellowwool",
"question1": "A, C, D",
"reason": "External consistency -- I think yes because many DVD, CD, etc players use this type of shape for the eject button.\nDirect mapping -- I think yes because the rectangle maps to player and arrow to coming out.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:53:59.000Z",
"username": "irisdragonegg",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"reason": "C- does the fact that it appears on the button in the GUi mean that it's directly mapping (similar to a remote?)\n\n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:00.000Z",
"username": "rosaryleg",
"question1": "A, C, D, E",
"reason": "C- It does look like a picture of a CD coming out\n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:00.000Z",
"username": "ambushrug",
"question1": "A, B, D, H",
"reason": "Fitts's Law - easy access to the icon anywhere from the screen",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:00.000Z",
"username": "fromburritos",
"question1": "A, C, D, E",
"reason": "E. Saturation - I'm not certain if it is strongly relevant to the good design, ==\nc. Direct mapping - mostly because i've forgotten the meaning",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:00.000Z",
"username": "eyelashigloo",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"reason": "External consistency: this is a universal symbol for ejecting CD disk,",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:00.000Z",
"username": "sownderpiggy",
"question1": "C, D, H",
"reason": "C - I assume VHS players also have this eject icon\nD - I assume the DVD player also has this icon",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:00.000Z",
"username": "wickerbaggy",
"question1": "A, H",
"reason": "C. The arrow and rectangle could be a direct mapping to the CD coming out of the machine, if you squint reaaal hard.\nE. We never learned about this, but saturation and color design is important in logo design.",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:01.000Z",
"username": "bubbleanorak",
"question1": "A, C, D",
"reason": "A: Unsure about Reduction as the icon is simple and reduced from a word or word and icon, but I don't know if we consider that a starting point to reduce from.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:01.000Z",
"username": "toolwornout",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:01.000Z",
"username": "racingolympics",
"question1": "A, D",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:03.000Z",
"username": "parcheddome",
"question1": "A, C, D, G",
"reason": "A. Only necessary elements\nC. Arrow is pointing inwards, but disc comes out\nD. Commonly used on other DVD player applications\nG. Looks similar to other buttons like \"play\" and \"next chapter\"",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:04.000Z",
"username": "waterskiheavy",
"question1": "A, D, E",
"reason": "If reduction is just simplicity, then it applies to the design of this icon because simpler is better (if you don't sacrifice other things).\n\nKind of forget what direct mapping is.\n\nNot sure how important things that have to do with color are for this.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:06.000Z",
"username": "consciouscanal",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "H: Universal design - one could argue that it is the same whether someone cannot speak the language (ie an English DVD player that might say \"play\" or \"volume\" in English etc... would still see the eject-button-symbol and understand what that is). A deaf person can also see it and know what the symbol is.\n\nBut not sure if relevant to specifically it's a good design?",
"grade": 9
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:07.000Z",
"username": "anesthetistpanjandrum",
"question1": "A, C, D, H, J",
"reason": "I'm not sure about universal design, but this should be usable for all users that use computer.\nExternal consistency: should this be ap",
"grade": 7
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:09.000Z",
"username": "sleevelessdispensable",
"question1": "A, D",
"reason": "C. The icon does represent a kind of direct mapping to how the disk slides out of the tray; however, it would be more accurate if it showed the tray moving downwards (i.e. the triangle should be at the bottom and point downwards) since the user will usually be looking down on the disk tray and will see it sliding down.",
"grade": 10
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:10.000Z",
"username": "farmertherapeutic",
"question1": "A, B, C, D",
"reason": "I am not sure about \"Reduction\" because I completely forgot what it referred to.\nI am slightly unsure about Fitt's Law, because I can't recall it exactly-- time it takes to point to something? In which case, relevant.\nDirect mapping- I think I was always a bit iffy on direct mapping versus natural mapping. \n",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:11.000Z",
"username": "rustichorrified",
"question1": "A, D, E, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"timestamp": "2013-04-22T20:54:15.000Z",
"username": "batwinks",
"question1": "A,D,E",
"reason": "Not sure about C, it depends on the other icons of the UI in relations to [eject icon]. Not sure is satisaction implies to icon.",
"grade": 9
},
{
"username": "chimneyship",
"question1": "A, C, D, H",
"grade": 8
},
{
"username": "dinosaurcobra",
"question1": "A, C, D",
"reason": "D: The array shows a direction. When a disc is ejected, it goes out in a certain direction. That's external consistency.\n",
"grade": 9
},
{
"username": "brokengarden",
"question1": "A, D, H",
"reason": "unsure abt direct mapping,",
"grade": 9
},
{
"username": "felineveggie",
"question1": "D",
"grade": 9
}
]