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What about showing all of the options in a list that supports drag and drop? Also, I imagine this will allow you more flexibility on the back end since you're not obligating yourself with the verbiage "must have". Users just rank their amenity preferences overall. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups If you really ...


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What I have done for cultivating a user research 'database' is actually several things: Personas User needs roadmapping - mapping all the themes I am hearing for new features along a timeline, with cross references to specific customers User maps - I take specific goals that customers are trying to achieve and segment maybe our top customers against that ...


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Fuzzy logic No system is perfect; you're cataloging things based on layers of interpretation. I'm in the midst of defining such a process for a new team now. Every time I do this, I find myself reconsidering the format. But it gets the job done. Here's where I am at the moment. The specifics will change based on the application, but the fundamentals are ...


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Building up a database like this sounds pretty cool, and potentially very useful. The difficulty lies in understanding what the data will be used for. One way to start scoping this out would be to make a list of the top 20 questions you have about users at the beginning of any project. This will provide you a path to defining a clear list of dimensions and ...


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Some ideas: If you sort by date, can't you make "Location Group" visible as an attribute in the same way Item Name, Item Details, and Date are listed? That way the distinction is still present. Its hard to say one way or the other without more context. I'm also not sure what flexibility you have yet at the wire frame stage, but you could also color code ...



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