Jensen: The user interface so far is pretty basic, because the most important thing is the opportunity to meet likeminded people.
We have a debate forum which I think is an important feature at the site, and an instant messenger function. I would like the user interface to become more advanced in the future, but so far all the money for the site is currently coming out of my own pocket.
But I found that a test consisting only of images was the most culture fair way of testing intelligence.
But the test will be evaluated and adjusted on a continuing basis.
I agree that this kind of test is not the only way to measure intelligence — it also depends on how you define intelligence.
I felt that it was desirable to sort by some kind of criterion.
Since intelligence for me is an important characteristic in my future partner, I thought it would be interesting to use an intelligence test to sort by.
Digital Journal.com: What kind of interface does the site sport?
Is there less of an emphasis on flashy graphics and more of a stress on substance, considering you want to cater to intelligent people?
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The site is so exclusive you have to pass an IQ test to even join.
The IQ test is the biggest game-changer for the site, for better or worse.
It’s a difficult test asking 18 questions pertaining to patterns and shapes.
Intelligent is intended for people with an IQ approximately in the top 15 per cent of the population, joining the ranks of other specialized dating sites targeting smarties — Bee My and Gk2stress brains over profile brawn.