Fri, Jul 10
Would love some sort of URL param to start testing this! Especially to get a better handle on what we should do when there is all sorts of custom code / design that could show up in those.
Tue, Jun 30
I am a fan of Figma as it can replace the following:
- Invision (or whatever other prototype tool you use
- Dropbox/Google Drive/Abstract (version control)
- Zeplin (redlining, sharing with engineers)
Thu, Jun 25
Tue, Jun 23
Jun 9 2020
This is looking good to me based on these screenshots and the one image I have uploaded to my Beta account that I can test with!
Jun 8 2020
Looks much better to me!
@egardner It seems like it is supposed to look like this (height example):
Jun 3 2020
@egardner Thanks for the context! Makes sense to at least fix it to be usable for the time being and we can revisit with the new UI framework.
@egardner Hiding "from Wikidata" works for me. With the drop down, probably forgetting something obvious, but do you know why the dropdown behaves differently on mobile? Breaking OOUI is not the move lets not do that but still concerned how much space the dropdown takes up when our original hope with the "..." was for it to be less noticeable and out of the way.
Jun 2 2020
Jun 1 2020
May 29 2020
- Sounds like the collapsing will work for all modern browsers and leaving it as is for older browsers to not use JS seems like a good idea to me.
- Looks like you updated the spacing and I made a mistake 😬 Lets update top and bottom padding within the pill to 12px. Can we also update the margin in between the pills to 12px so they aren't so close together? (Screenshot attached)
- Two columns seems much better currently. We might be able to get the other layout working with a lot of fussing but I'm fine passing on that for now. @Ramsey-WMF any concerns about that?
@AnneT Awesome work! This is getting much closer and it's really nice to see some of the limitations/issues in a working prototype like this.
May 28 2020
There was some discussion on if moving to frameless was what we wanted here so I did a bit more digging to get myself an opinion!
May 6 2020
@AnneT Good points! That seems fine to me to have it below that first paragraph, thanks for pointing that out.
May 4 2020
May 1 2020
This looks great and should help us learn a bit more how we should move forward during research, thanks Matthias!
Apr 29 2020
@AnneT Option 1 sounds super reasonable to me. It lets someone get oriented and when they start to take a new action it can disappear.
Apr 28 2020
Chatted with Matthias and he confirmed we could do it by width/height. We are going to start with "Small, Medium, Large" and see how that feels.
Apr 21 2020
This is looking much better and totally meets are needs for research. I'd be fine with making them slightly smaller if we think that will help balance things out a bit but that's not urgent.
This is looking really good, thanks Matthias. The 3 things not in line with the designs seem totally fine to not have or have differently for the research. I do imagine the metadata for length or file type of an audio clip might be useful but necessary for research and I can think about a better way to surface those.
Apr 20 2020
If for research we are just hardcoding a few examples, Daisy and I were thinking of just a few random queries: Redwood Tree, New York City, and Van Gogh? As far as what chips are shown, is that something I should come up with as well? I'd probably lean off of what Google Images has for those.
Apr 15 2020
Success! Thank you
Apr 13 2020
Apr 10 2020
This was a duplicate of t249913
Apr 9 2020
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Mar 30 2020
@CBogen Nope we can close it!
Mar 27 2020
The current idea is to have a toggle that allows users to see more detailed tags. This includes the Wikidata Description and Wikidata Alias, which should help empower users to make accurate tagging choices along with solving the homonym scenario. Attached are screenshots of both desktop and mobile web with the toggle on and the toggle off.
Mar 20 2020
Mar 19 2020
Attaching the proposed design, which adds "+ Add tag" to the design which then prompts a dialog/overlay. The custom tag created will then be added at the end of the computer generated tags.
After more discussion we want to hold off on this ticket until we ship the "add custom tag" feature, in order to start seeing real usage and data to understand if and how this is still needed.
Mar 12 2020
Here is the the design we have considered moving forward that allows us to combine skip and the "discard" concept into one dropdown. (Ignore other design changes for this ticket)
Here is the design we are considering for adding categories. They are placed below the file name. (Ignore other design changes in this screenshot)
Mar 10 2020
And to address Ramsey's point regarding the Copy to All button, I think that makes sense as well!
This is making sense to me! I think I prefer the "Skip this Step" button at the bottom near all the other actions so it doesn't get lost.