Free Web Page Greeking Tool

More interesting stuff from blog-favourite William Hudson this morning. He's promoting a free 'Greeking' tool to allow usability experts to view a page with the text replaced with gibberish. The value of this is explained by Jakob in an article 'Testing Whether Web Page Templates are Helpful'.

The premise is simple, is it the page structure and layout that informs the interaction, or the content?

There are some limitations to William's site/tool, it only understands HTML (so no scripting) and all the links lead back to, predictably, www.greekthis.com.

If you find this tool useful,
let him know and leave a comment below.

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