Thu, Mar 21
Wed, Mar 20
@Jdforrester-WMF No tab styling changes are needed. What's on Beta right is good enough for now. Thanks!
After sharing the deck with some internal stakeholders and soliciting feedback, @SandraF_WMF and I began talking about adding a third, GLAM-focused persona to the mix.
Tue, Mar 19
I see what you mean. Whatever is happening right now is working a lot better. As I'm seeing how it works now, it makes sense to keep the placeholder text.
No visual changes needed (other than the amount of items displayed). I like our implementation so far (no dotted lines as separators).
Mon, Mar 18
@matthiasmullie unfortunately the default OOUI text size is causing the help text to running past the width of the search box for tags. We'll need to update again before testing with users with even shorter help text:
Fri, Mar 15
Updated padding changes to the statement box (per a chat with Nirzar): you can attach the items to the search box since the search adds an object to the list.
Tabs on Labs look fine, so UI changes aren't needed at this time.
Thu, Mar 14
Right now, history/file usage/EXIF metadata placement is outside the tab container, which means it shows regardless of what tab a user is on.
Wed, Mar 13
@Volker_E definitely prefer the stop sign for the error, with the triangle for the warning.
I agree with @Hanna_Petruschat_WMDE regarding putting red50 on red90 - I find the black text to be much easier to read because of the greater contrast. I also prefer consistency (black text for any kind of message).
Tue, Mar 12
Mon, Mar 4
Okay, one more change per Nirzar:
Thu, Feb 28
Keegan facilitated a convo on Commons:Talk about the url.
I like the change., thanks for the screenshots.
Pinging @Nirzar in this discussion for FYI
Wed, Feb 27
Tue, Feb 26
Sandra gave me some really good info. She shared that:
Mon, Feb 25
This works for me!
This looks great on Labs!
Yep, agree with Ramsey to keep it to "Edit" for simplicity's sake. It also keeps it in line with how it's generally used across the wikiverse.
@egardner polishing Captions/Statements is something I'm currently working on, now that we have consolidated feedback from internal stakeholders. Currently, I have a bunch of stub tickets on the Design workboard, and I'm meeting with Ramsey today to review prioritization before fleshing out individual tickets. Workboard is here if you're curious: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/tag/sdc_design/
Thu, Feb 21
I think those added scenarios help clarify the issue, thanks for thinking through things. I am now in agreement with you and @Ramsey-WMF about it.
I agree that we should allow the user to delete captions with the trash can icon only. Clearing an existing text input shouldn't be save-able.