K-Cards are used for facilitating discussions and keeping track of discussion threads. They were first used by a group of software testers as part of their peer-conference facilitation at events like WTSTs (Workshop on Teaching Software Testing) and WOC (Workshop on Open Certification). The initial concept was developed and used by Paul Holland, his wife Karen and Scott Barber. The facilitator of a discussion keeps track of discussion threads/topics and who wants to (still) talk about them using color cards that the participants show. Here are all the colors and their meaning: Green: Please place me on the new thread list Yellow: Pleas place me on the same thread list Red (or pink): Oooh, oooh, I must speak now (or important admin issue: e.g.: I cant hear) Blue (or purple): I feel this discussion is becoming (or has become) a rat hole. This one is not used at larger conferences.This is a simple app that replaces the need to have actual physical color cards - participants can set the color they want and show it to the facilitator using their own device.
What's new in version 1.1
Bug fixes and minor improvements
ReleaseMay 30, 2015
Date AddedMay 30, 2015
Additional RequirementsCompatible with iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4. iTunes account required.