After discussion the team agreed to go with:
Reasons for choosing the format:
- it's more friendly
- it's more welcoming
- avoid using the possessive "Your" / "My" already in use in the title of various modules in the same page
- easier to translate than using the possessive "[USERNAME]'s homepage"
We have also decided to add a light gray sentence under the title that reads: "This is your homepage, where you can find help with editing, get ideas of what to work on, and see the impact of your edits."
This image reflects the two changes described above:
As we have designed the homepage and its modules, we've been titling them individually, without thinking about how all the titles will look when they all exist.
At the time of the creation of this task, the page is titled "Your homepage", the impact module is titled "Your impact", the mentorship module is titled "Your mentor". This brings up at least two questions:
- Is it redundant to say "Your" in all these titles?
- Is saying "Your" better than saying "My", which might be a more common practice?
This task is for thinking about a unified naming schema.