Wed, Nov 6
Tue, Nov 5
Mon, Nov 4
re localization: @Esanders is it possible to have the check icon by default and then tweak for outliers?
Let's move forward with the proposal that @Volker_E has put forth. It's clean and achieves our goal of reducing complexity.
I started to draft out the test protocol.
I tested it this morning:
Thu, Oct 31
I've updated the ticket description with the mockups and final links. I'm moving this over to pm review.
Tue, Oct 29
I'll defer to @ppelberg to respond to the following quote:
Building Flow around VE was the core cause of failure. The community is adamant that wikitext is primary. It will not be possible to deploy the product unless the initial/default input box properly handles and previews wikitext. (Note: Running it through the VE's parser is not proper wikitext support.)
Here is the final design brief for OWC.
The deck covers the following:
Mon, Oct 28
Thu, Oct 24
Yesterday I received a few bits of feedback which I've integrated into the latest flow that is up on freehand.
Wed, Oct 23
I created a first draft of mobile and desktop mockups for v1.0. I will share these at the mid-sprint show and tell and at the design review. Please add meta comments here and anecdotal feedback on Invision.
Mon, Oct 21
+1 to "images and media" - the language is a bit more humane
Thu, Oct 17
To start off this work. I made a[[ https://wikimedia.invisionapp.com/freehand/document/AmJCcpPmd | userflow ]] of the existing workflow. The goal of this for us is to review and make sure that we agree that this is the workflow that we are improving this sprint. Please thumbs up or down and comment on this ticket @ppelberg @Esanders
Oct 2 2019
Sep 19 2019
Right. Since the Editing Team has switched priorities to Talk pages, this
has been put in the freezer for a bit.
Sep 10 2019
Sep 9 2019
Sep 6 2019
What would it look like if we:
Sep 4 2019
I haven't thought these through 100% but since @Esanders pre-empted the conversation over in T208738, here are a few mockups that I've been tinkering with. These show a few specific attempts at highlighting edit vs read mode:
Sep 3 2019
This work is being done in conjunction with T229030.
I have done a comparative review in the slide deck about the proposed changes to the look and feel of the toolbar.
Aug 31 2019
I added the following remaining open questions to the team notes document:
Updated the flow here and on Freehand.
Aug 30 2019
I agree and think this should be at a minimum in all the mobile dialogs (I'm less sure about desktop but can loop back and check).
To make sure this doesn't break anything, I will bring it up in the style guide meeting next week.
I updated the description with the edit card ui design sub-task ticket T231649
Aug 29 2019
This work should happen in conjunction with the toolbar v1 release @DLynch
Does this mockup represent the issues that we need to address with legal:
This is what the link edit card currently looks like:
Aug 28 2019
I'd mark this as done.
In usertesting we learned:
As our user testing at Wikimania Stockholm confirmed, this is working well.
Has @Ryasmeen had a chance to do a QA review on it?
Aug 27 2019
Bumping this ticket as it came up several times at Wikimania Stockholm usability testing.
Aug 8 2019
I ran the tests on usertesting.com (which is reflected in the ticket description).
Here is a summary of the results:
I suggest that we close this ticket. I'm removing the editing design tag.
I ran the test.
Aug 5 2019
Can you provide a screenshot of that?
When the text limit is being reached, how does this appear?
copying the comments from @DannyH on chat:
Aug 2 2019
I am pulling together my current thinking for research at Wikimania in this slide deck.
A few thoughts:
As you can see in this screenshot, the user has absolutely no instructions or context about what they are supposed to be doing. So, there's a few options:
Aug 1 2019
Action Item: Write Interview questions for on the fly interviews.
👏nice job @Esanders - it was bugging me!