"Word Clouds" from Measuring the User Experience
by Tom Tullis
I recently discovered one of the most fascinating time-wasters on the web that I've seen in a long time: www.wordle.net. It allows you to create visually interesting "word clouds" from any set of text that you provide-- even very long batches of text. So I started playing with making word clouds from our book, Measuring the User Experience. I was curious to see what words Bill and I tended to use most often in each of the chapters. I think it gives some interesting insight into the contents of each chapter (not to mention some pretty visualizations!). So here are some of the results. Click on any of the thumbnails for the full version.
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