|Resolved||debt||T112172 EPIC: of epics Wikipedia.org Portal UX tests to run|
|Resolved||debt||T130416 Update A/B test archive page|
|Resolved||debt||T133432 Release to production: detect preferred language and re-sort primary links around the globe|
|Resolved||debt||T121567 [EPIC] [PAB3] Build A/B test for language detection on the Portal to reorder and resort the primary links on the page to suit the user better|
|Resolved||Jdrewniak||T124116 [PAB3] Disable / turn off testing for Portal lang detection preferences|
|Resolved||mpopov||T124115 [PAB3] Analyze the results of the third portal A/B test|
|Resolved||mpopov||T124114 [PAB3] Check that all is well with the third portal A/B test|
|Resolved||debt||T124112 [PAB3] Deploy the Portal lang detection preferences test|
|Resolved||Jdrewniak||T124111 [PAB3] Implement testing for Portal lang detection preferences|
|Resolved||None||T124110 [PAB3] Specifications for lang detection on Portal|
I approved and merged the patch.
My notes though: New styling looks okay on desktop now. However I am not a big fan of the mobile look... looks odd in my opinion:
- too much concentrated at the top of the screen
- a lot of white space within the top10 now.
- font looks small with all the white space around
It is good for an A/B test, but in my opinion the overall style should be improved (sooner or later) for a better experience and even better user engagement.
Below a few screenshots to illustrate my notes:
It should be available for test on beta soon (automatic deploy).
After deploying to the beta portal again (thanks, @EBernhardson!), I was able to view the A/B test. I agree with @JGirault's comments above - the spacing is a bit off, but it's good enough for a test to be run.
To test: http://www.wikipedia.beta.wmflabs.org/#language-detection-b (for the actual test - you might have to refresh the page once to see the new treatment).
http://www.wikipedia.beta.wmflabs.org/#language-detection-a is the same page as our original wikipedia.org.
@Jdrewniak - nice work! Let's push it live, when we can, starting the week of Tuesday, March 22, 2016! :)
I've included some screenshots of the responsive desktop treatment:
Chinese Simplified, Spanish, French (CA), English for my preferred browser languages (note the localized The Free Encyclopedia phrase under the wordmark)
Chinese Simplified, Spanish, French (CA), English for my preferred browser languages (desktop view of Spring Break search results while searching in EN)
Existing responsive treatment ("A" portion of the test)
Existing desktop treatment ("A" portion of the test)