[Configurators] List vs. Wizard

10 Mar 2008 - 4:52pm
6 years ago
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Katie Pula
2007

Hello everyone,

I¹m heading into a redesign for a major computer manufacturer. We are
currently in the very early phases of discovery and concepting. I¹m
wondering if anyone has any feedback on ³list view² vs. ³wizard view²
interaction models in regards to product configuration (usability studies,
success metrics, or personal opinions).

All thoughts are welcome!

Cheers,
Katie

Katie Pula
Interaction and Usability Director | Experience Design
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12 Mar 2008 - 12:15pm
Katie Pula
2007

Hi everyone - I posted this at the beginning of the week, but I think
a swarm of activity sidelined it.

Just to put it out there again:

Hello everyone,

I'm heading into a redesign for a major computer manufacturer. We
are currently in the very early phases of discovery and concepting.
I'm wondering if anyone has any feedback on "list view" vs.
"wizard view" interaction models in regards to product
configuration (usability studies, success metrics, or personal
opinions) .

All thoughts are welcome!

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12 Mar 2008 - 3:00pm
Benjamin Ho
2007

Aren't wizards generally for low/occasional usage? And a list view
sounds linear..not sure what you mean by that.

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