These were the questions I asked at the end:
- Do you imagine it being a good user experience to learn two sided recognition through the learning order that was presented here?
- What about if it was used to learn PLL from scratch, "skipping" three- or four-sided recognition?
- If no, can you think of a different order that could help achieve this?
- What do you think of people learning PLL for the first time just learning one two-sided case of each PLL first and then afterwards learning the recognition groups to reduce ambiguity?
- What about allowing people not comfortable with two-sided recognition to see three or four sides of the cube in the trainer?
- Are there any other thoughts that came up about the app while you were watching this video?
- The App: https://www.sc-trainer.com/
- Announcement Post: https://www.speedsolving.com/threads/new-speedcubing-training-software.80152/
- The Learning Order Document: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VNdQ7h3DK9dwe2fgodOXh36me3DDvR4q/view?usp=sharing