Fri, Oct 22
Hi @TAndic! Thanks for reaching out -- Yes, I would love to connect. Feel free to add any comment or link here, it's more than welcome. It would be very helpful for me to learn more around this topic since I am new to the Foundation. Maybe after I went through your comments and materials if you're up for it we could schedule a call to further discuss together!
Thanks @Jhernandez! Yeah, it all makes a lot of sense. We could avoid to use the button group since it would require a lot of work and potential drawbacks (I don't know if they were able to address these issues while they developed the button group component in OOUI.)
Mon, Oct 18
Thanks @Jhernandez! Here's the specs for the different icon states:
Fri, Oct 15
Hi @Jhernandez! I updated the comment above detailing the status quo of the survey types that you deployed on beta cluster, the desired outcome, the specs, and the notes highlighting the proposed changes. I reached out to the web team and we are good to go on our end. I wanted to ask your feedback on how to detail the next action points and/or create the necessary sub tasks.
Thu, Oct 14
Initially the x button position was intentional (I was afraid that the button was too close to the survey question and might creating some confusion: am I dismissing the survey or am I answering it) but after talking with Pau this morning we opted for a different solution, more aligned with the overall layout.
Thank you @Jhernandez for the additional links, they are very helpful. And thanks @alexhollender for your feedback. I tried to display in the table below the current state of the art of a survey type, the desired outcome, the specs, and the notes that highlight additional differences. If this is helpful I am going to do the same exercise to the other surveys that Joaquin linked above.
Wed, Oct 13
These are some of the early explorations on how we could enable users to dismiss a survey without providing an answer. These options include a close "x" button, a close banner, and different positioning and layout approaches.
Mon, Oct 11
Hey @Peter! On my end it was very helpful and I don't have further questions. I'll close the task!
Hey @alexhollender! The Trust and Safety Tools team is working on a new deployment of a QuickSurvey across different Wikimedia projects in order to measure editors' safety perfection. As we carry on this work we thought that it would be a good opportunity to investigate if QuickSurvey is following the latest Design Style updates. Joaquin suggested to reach out to the Web team to share our findings and get your approval for potential changes. You can find the results of our investigation here. In short: QuickSurvey is already using the latest design language, we identified only minor areas of improvements around spacings and paddings. What do you think?
Thu, Oct 7
Thanks for the thorough explanation @Jhernandez! Animating only some components might do more harm than good. I suggest we don't animate anything and simply hide the survey message. I updated the description of this task, the prototype and the gif. Thanks again!
Wed, Oct 6
Hi @Jhernandez I updated task T292555: Dismiss survey behaviour after a user answers to a survey with the latest design updates. Feel free to leave comments or close it if you don't have additional questions, thanks!
After gathering internal product and design feedback we will opt for option 1, which is: click/tap on "No thanks" hides the message and moves the sidebar back into place at the top of the page.
Tue, Oct 5
Thanks @Jhernandez! From what I can see on the beta cluster the design is still the same as the one from the screenshots on the MediaWiki page. Regarding the small design considerations (eg. layout and spacing) how do you suggest to continue? Should we keep this task open and document missing bits here or should I create separate tasks for each one of those bits? Many thanks!
Mon, Oct 4
Fri, Oct 1
This tasks investigates potential design work necessary to adapt QuickSurvey styling to the latest design language updates. The following evaluation puts in comparisons screenshots taken from the QuickSurvey MediaWiki Page and the same components recreated with the Figma components library.
Wed, Sep 29
Thank you all for your feedback! Here's the chosen sandbox icon with the grid visible and with the icon template from our design style guide visible.
Hey @eigyan, while investigating past use of QuickSuvery I discovered this task https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T187299 where they mention that "Users will have an option to opt out of this surveying permanently". Maybe there's valuable insights there or in the related subtasks.
Tue, Sep 28
This is already super helpful, thanks @Peter 🙏🏼
Mon, Sep 27
Sep 23 2021
Thank you all for your comprehensive feedback, here's an update on the latest explorations. The current picks are: the dotted page metaphor and the dotted text editor metaphor. Following a suggestion from Pau I also added a third pick which tries to simplify the icon with a single mark.
Sep 22 2021
Sep 16 2021
Thank you everyone for your thoroughly feedback! I'll try to summarize your inputs into action points:
Sep 15 2021
Hello everyone, thanks all for the valuable insights! I started to explore possible alternatives to the Sandbox icon. As far as I understood the Sandbox page is a space that every user can use to learn and practice new things, test and get familiar with the editor, or draft edits and pages.