Web designer at the Wikimedia Foundation
@Jdlrobson I've updated the task description to make things more clear
Mon, Jun 14
I believe the notification bell would have a red dot in this case, so perhaps we can just hide the yellow bar below a certain width?
@Jdlrobson do you understand what is considered the "footer"? I'm having a difficult time understanding this one.
@Jdlrobson it seems ready for development. I've just updated the description to make things more clear.
@Jdlrobson it seems that all except one (T214653) of the child tasks are complete, so maybe we can close this epic? There are definitely more improvements to be made to the top of article experience on mobile, but not sure there is much guidance / value left in this task.
Fri, Jun 11
Tue, Jun 8
@Jdlrobson I apologize for the conflicting information.
Mon, Jun 7
Fri, Jun 4
@Jdlrobson maybe something like this? push the article toolbar down and put the notice under the user tools
@Jdlrobson I've added a basic mock
ah whoops, just updated the screenshot and yup, it's the userTalk one
Thu, Jun 3
Wed, Jun 2
@Jdlrobson ah gotcha, thanks for the clarification on both points 🙏
@Jdlrobson I'm a little confused by you saying we currently hide the element, but if there's no confusion on your end there I think we can move on.
apologies for the delay. I think your proposal, @nray, sounds good — showing both the notification and the Talk link seems reasonable to me.
Tue, Jun 1
Thu, May 27
not sure which task to attach this to — recording an idea that was proposed by benny476:
Wed, May 26
@Freddy2001 thanks for making this suggestion and providing mockups. We are currently planning to add a persistent/fixed table of contents alongside the article content (sort of like a sidebar), which I believe will provide the functionality you're requesting.
if we're going to work on making anything sticky on the mobile website I think we should prioritize sticky section headers, which would benefit significantly more people
@Huji what do you mean by "too big"? How are you making that determination?
Tue, May 25
@Jdlrobson ah yea sorry for the confusion there — in legacy there is an SVG for
[for clarity/simplicity sake I'm using the terms right and left and assuming a LTR language wiki here — the same points apply, just with right/left reversed, for RTL]
here are the steps I followed:
I think it would make sense for this to pass through design review. Where can it be tested @bwang?
May 7 2021
@Jdlrobson my apologies for not being on top of this (I could have sworn we did spec this out somewhere, but alas). This is how I've been imagining it:
May 6 2021
@stjn thanks for clarifying. Perhaps worth checking with @Volker_E — do you have any sense of whether or not it was intentional to center captions in Minerva? I am fine with non-centered captions (as proposed here).
@Jdlrobson one final addition to the audit: WeChat (which according to this chart is quite popular: https://www.statista.com/statistics/258749/most-popular-global-mobile-messenger-apps/). Any ideas on that one?
@stjn thanks for filing this. While I think I understand your proposal it would be helpful if you could include screenshots (possibly with circles/arrows/annotations) to make it extra clear what your proposal is.
May 5 2021
the current state of things for posterity: