I am looking for a specific tool which will help me document what I see when I perform web site usability evaluations. At the end of each evaluation, I need to create an report for my client. The ideal tool, if it exists, would contain at least the following 3 features:
Multiple-choice answers: I evaluate websites using several criteria and sub-items. For each criteria and item, I give grade/score, for example easy to use, moderately easy, complicated, very complicated to use. Each ranking or grade selection is explained.
Upload-image feature: As evidence/proof for having selected one grade/score over another, I would like to be able to upload a screenshot, after which an explanation would follow. I don't need the screenshot capture functionality as such, because I would use SnagIt. I just need the uploading feature.
Free-text fields: To be able to explain the reasoning behind the decision.
The final report would contain the criteria, a description of each criterium, the assigned grade/score, a description of what this grade means, one or more images (typically screenshots of a webpage or a part of one) and an explanation of certain elements shown in the screenshot. For this, I was thinking about mis-using an online survey service (SurveyMonkey or similar) or an e-learning assessment tool for this. It would be similar to an engine used to make those popular personality tests, in that you score many criteria and these scores -- and what they mean -- flows into an evaluation report.
The closest I've seen is Rapid Reporter which allows for its notes and screenshots function...but it doesn't allow for scoring an item using multiple choice along with a detailed description in a results reporting.
Does an animal like this exist? ;-)
Thanks a million,