The UX Factor is an online grading platform that allows users to anonymously view others' submissions and give their feedback. The goal of this is to allow students to get as much feedback as possible, while still maintaining the anonymity of each submission. In order to quantitatively analyze each students' submission (which allows us to translate feedback into a grade), we ask pointed questions and ask users to determine which submission, given a pair of two submissions, better answers the task of the question. In this way, we can not only give helpful feedback to students based on their peers' responses, but also a quantitative grade that is, ideally, less biased than a grade that would be given solely by one reviewer.
The goal of this app is to reduce the biases that come along with grading submissions which, by nature, are difficult to grade objectively.
This app is most naturally used to evaluate desktop interfaces, which can range from webpage designs and PDF handins to sketches and more. This app can be used to compare any type of submission, given that there is a hyperlink for each submission.