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  • Designs for Symbols and Arabic Core vocabulary. Mon, 23 Feb 2015 06:17:57 +0000

    Over the past month a further 20 therapists with 13 Arabic speakers voted on the first batch of symbols with Tullah reporting that there was a preference for colour versions of male and female images for verbs rather than stick figures  (3 voted for stick figures and 17 for full image with colours). Tullah also felt that gender […]

  • Symbol Manager changes to suit the needs of the voters Mon, 02 Feb 2015 06:18:27 +0000

    Feedback from participants involved  in the voting has resulted in some changes to the interface for the Symbol Manager.  There has been the introduction of a quick voting screen that removes the clutter causing problems and allows the user to see a large image of the symbol alongside the presentation of the criteria. There was also a discussion […]

  • Discussions around the latest voting for newly adapted symbols. Thu, 22 Jan 2015 19:58:55 +0000

    Having finished the initial development of the new voting system it was time to trial it with the Mada team on 18th January. The view voters received looked similar to past views, but with only one set of symbols and a finally agreed version of the voting criteria, namely four choices on a scale of […]