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Greeting script

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Description

Task 1

Please choose an image of your favorite fruit from the "Fruit" folder on your desktop and put it on the image gallery page.

Task 2

Now choose images of your of your 5 favorite vegetables from the "Vegetable" folder on your desktop and put them on the same image gallery web page.

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Task 3

Now, please post all the images of fruit in your "Fruit" folder on your desktop.  [There should be an error for the files they had already uploaded, once the upload is complete and the errors appear ask them...]  What do you do now?

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Task 4

Your next task is to put a picture of ?????? in the image gallery.

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Task 5

And your last task is to put the images for your top 3 picks of herbs and meats into the image gallery tool. [Want to see if they user the "add more" to select from multiple folders]

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  1. ?????????
  2. Is there anything else you'd like to tell us about your experience getting images onto the image gallery page?
    Note
    titleFacilitation Tips
    • Ask the participant to think aloud.
    • Help the participant to speak freely
      • Distance yourself from the product.
      • Don't react.
      • Don't interrupt.
      • Don't draw attention to specific issues that you care about.
      • Don't ask leading questions.
      • Don't lead with your note-taking (meaning only taking notes when the participant does something interesting).
    • Don't help
    • Test the system, not the user
    • Capture themes, not every action
    • Thank your participants

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