The F-shaped pattern, a well-established eye-tracking pattern in web content consumption, has implications that go beyond web reading experiences. In workshop environments, such as brainstorming sessions, this pattern can lead to biases in idea selection when participants evaluate ideas presented on post-it notes.
During a brainstorming, the goal of the group discussion is to produce ideas often to solve important problems, develop new products, or come up with creative solution so it is crucial to make sure all the ideas are recorded. Who should capture these ideas? How, using what tool? Different setups are possible, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Let’s discover what setup is the best for your brainstorming!
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