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About this Project

The purpose of this test is to demo the usage of images in Prioritization Matrix.

About Prioritization Matrix

Thank you for helping us out with this project. This is a Prioritization Matrix assignment.

Simply click on any task "card" in the left column and drag it to the grid area. Arrange the cards on the prioritization diagram according to their Importance and Frequence, the way that makes the most sense to you.

Prioritization Matrix is a useful Information Architecture technique widely used by Usability professionals.

Before we begin please note that:

- This is not a test of your skills.
- There is no time limit.
- There is no right or wrong solution.

Your assistance with this project will help us make improvements to the product we're working on and possibly even make the world a little better overall.

Thanks again for your help!

Thanks again for your help!

You are done, but if you wish to make some changes, you can do so as well.

Simply click on a "task card" in the left column and drag it to the grid area on the right. You can pick any card and in any order.

The purpose of this test is to demo the usage of images in Prioritization Matrix.

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