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Thomas Zander zander at
Mon Nov 26 11:08:12 GMT 2007

On Monday 26. November 2007 11:52:43 Andreas Hartmetz wrote:
> Usability tests are probably a lot more useful if you only present options
> that are not similar to Windows.

The goal is to create a system that works best for people, and recognizing 
certain terminology certainly helps.
Recognizing something because Windows has been doing it for some reason is 
something that helps people.  And that helps make our system more usable for 
all people.
Fighting that just to be different is not our goal.  I hope its not yours.

It also sounds like we should do another life usability test at akademy next 
year to give everyone a good insight of what its for and what it actually 
Thomas Zander
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