Fri, Nov 8
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Wed, Nov 6
Can this be addressed as part of the task to implement the card itself T235043? I feel it is not a nice to have but part of the implementation to not have the jumpiness.
Tue, Nov 5
Mobile Suggested Edits preview looks good now, thanks!
The mobile version of this overlay is a different, more mobile-friendly single column layout:
Mon, Nov 4
Sun, Nov 3
hi @Catrope - I've removed the egregious PNG embedded in the "intro-heart-articles" graphic, and reduced the file size as much as possible. Have also reduced the sizes of the difficulty overlay images slightly too.
Fri, Nov 1
@MMiller_WMF @kostajh - I've updated the desktop mock to make it a text center-aligned button since that makes it slightly more natural, but also fine to leave as it with left aligned full-width for now.
thanks @Etonkovidova and @Tgr - given that the modules do not yet have the other updated styles the illustration looks a bit cramped in that top left corner of the module. Would it be possible to add a padding: 4px 0 0 4px;1 to the .suggested-edits-main class so that there is a bit more breathing space?
Wed, Oct 30
Tue, Oct 29
- The mobile overlays should have buttons in a sticky footer (standard behaviour for OOUI mobile dialogs)
- Mobile version of the difficulty overlay has a single column
Fri, Oct 25
Updated with missing RTL versions - please review @Dyolf77_WMF in case I missed something. Thanks!
Thu, Oct 24
Tue, Oct 22
Fri, Oct 18
ahh good call, I've updated it the RTL version here:(png@2x)
Thu, Oct 17
hi @kostajh @Catrope @Tgr - i've added notes on Zeplin but maybe better to ping you all directly that I've uploaded all new visual assets for newcomer tasks to this ticket. LMK if you notice anything is missing or not looking right.
Assets completed and added to ticket.
Tue, Oct 15
Removing the Design tag since this is a copy change only that is pending decision.
Hi @alexhollender - thanks for the detailed background for this task. Weighing up the pros and cons, it seems like having sections open in conjunction with a new ToC-like overview of sections/navigational shortcut is the path forward:
It is supported by this research indicating uncollapsed mobile web reading is conducive to longer reading and less time navigating
It is the model used by both the apps pretty well in terms longer average reading times and usage of the ToC controls, though of course it should be taken into account that it is an audience that tends to be more engaged.
The 2016 usability research is useful insofar as it gives clear user preference for uncollapsed sections when given that simple binary choice, but the result may be quite different if they were shown an option with expanded sections *and* a ToC or other quick overview/navigational mechanism (which is sort of indicated in tester comments wanting a sticky header, jump to top button, etc).
One scenario that wasn't tested in the above usability study was this ticket's use case, finding something specific in the article, where there is again benefit in having sections open.
Mon, Oct 14
@MMiller_WMF - should we review once more, then move this to done?
This is superseded by changes to the Start preview on Mobile as part of newcomer tasks: T232513
Hi, please note there's a couple of differences with expected from final copy in the copy doc (I've added an "expected" column):
Oct 8 2019
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Oct 3 2019
Thanks @Etonkovidova, LGTM
Updates LGTM thanks
Usertesting is complete, moving for PM sign-off in case @MMiller_WMF wants any tasks or documentation linked to these items