We will be taking static pictures and some video of the process throughout the day to help document the sessions.
Don't be shy.
Make your opinions known!
A multiple pop down selection is inappropriate because the user is never quite sure of which modifier key to use and the list is a formidable list to scroll through. A multiple selection box is inappropriate because of the same reasons and, in addition, the user's previously selected choices become occluded as the user scrolls down the list.
The Task Analysis --
Once you have functional requirements, have the developers (red stickers) and designers (green stickers) place stickers on each of the functional requirements. Then you can compare the need with the difficultly in implementing. The best is to have a designer's "Must Have" with a developers "Easy to Implement."
A large document repository is sorted in a hierarchical organization and has approximately 800 different categories. The categories are generally divided into many sub-categories (and there are items present at the same level as some of the sub-categories) and the user can select any of the documents in these groupings for viewing and printing.
Management is unhappy with how the current model works and has asked your group to design a new method of navigating the list of documents at the repository. The graphics department has some icons that will be ready soon (they are busy being artistic and report that they will ready in the very near future). Marketing has repeatedly ask your group for prototypes so that they can start "selling" the product with a few broadcast TV commercials.