A place for discussion on Unique Mobile related requirements.
This page is also home to the Drupal Mobile User Experience Initiative.
- Improve the usability of the Seven Theme for small screen and touch screen devices.
- Design the experience of the Drupal Administration interface from the perspective of the "Mobile User".
- Brainstorm Drupal Administration features to take advantage of the unique features of mobile devices.
This is a working group, no job postings please
I started a forum post, but I'm in urgent, so, I'm seeking your help! And I'm humbly requesting you to help me please:
I'm new to Drupal. But after a long personal research, I heard or found that Drupal is best CMS in the world! I'm still in starting level in Drupal, when I see its admin panel, wow! I was amazed! I have experienced many CMSes, but no one is like it!
I planned to jump to all my sites to Drupal. Now, I want to know this:Read more
Last updated by Christajocelyn on Thu, 2015-07-09 11:22
I posed the following question on Twitter, and thought the answers might be helpful to others (as well as a place to archive further discussion that's actually searchable :P).
Here were some of the more detailed responses. This is a wiki, so feel free to add additional ones, either in the post or comments!Read more
Ok, so i'm writing a book for Packt about creating D7 sites for mobiles and tablets. I in the process i've created three sandbox modules that i'm hoping to take to full module status,
Uses the Highcharts library to graph view results without using flash. I've applied for full-project status. It's in the queue and being reviewed.
On the Friday of Drupalcon London we ran a Mobile Usability Testing Session on Drupal's admin interface.
We had a strong turnout, with lots of enthusiasm from the testers. We managed to test the UI on the following devices:
- Nokia N900
- Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc
- HTC Sensation
- Samsung galaxy s2
- iPad 2
- iPhone 4
- iPhone 3GS
- iPhone 3G
Here are some of the thoughts I came away with after the session.Read more
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HRGiants a staffing firm is looking for a drupal developer for its direct client in Richmond, VA. Send your resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org for 2-3 hours response.
Below are the job details.
* Excellent communicator
* Thorough working knowledge of Drupal.
* Thorough working knowledge of UberCart
* Experience integrating web sites into various offline environments.
Note : Partial telecommute option is avail.
Contact me on 510-810-2315
Any Drupal devs that want to easily extend to iPhone and Android, check us out, we have your solution
ApolloMatrix LLC, based in Mclean Virginia, announces the release of their drupal-to-mobile event platform for the iPhone and Android operating systems. Apollomatrix's platform is uniqely powerful in that it leverages the open source drupal web development platform to build and populate native mobile applications. This system can take advantage of all of the features of native mobile development, while freeing back end users from proprietary or overly complicated content management.Read more
Mobile user experience
People are accessing with the web more and more on the move from their mobile devices. If it hasn’t already, it will be a basic expectation of any product to be just as usable from any device as it is on the desktop. Drupal has some catching up to do and then some. We need to make Drupal 8 friendly with tomorrow’s devices as well as today’s.
This sprint will focus on usability testing on a wide range of devices. Bring your phone, tablet, web enabled e-reader or gaming device.Read more
We are holding our inaugural Design Initiative IRC meeting on the 5th July - if you want to have input into the initiative then be there :)
The meeting will be held in: #design-drupal (see: http://drupal.org/irc for info about IRC).
- discuss wireframes (please see: http://drupal.org/node/1205044)
- discuss Design Challenges and how they might work (see: http://groups.drupal.org/node/152239)
- near the end of the meeting we will reveal the design.drupal.org prototype
Times and TimezonesRead more
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STATEMENT OF WORK
The scope of this work may include one or more of the following projects:
Need a developer with good Drupal development experience
Location: Jacksonville, FL - sorry, no remote work allowed
Interview: via phone
Type: long term contract, sponsorship not available but will hire if already on H1, have GC/residency, or citizenship.
Job Duties include but are not limited to:
*Responsible for the detail design documentation, development, unit testing and maintenance of internally developed applications and externally purchased software products
*Write code for system designs that span platforms
*Code to and create Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
Anyone spotted the demo for the Twenty Eleven theme for Wordpress 3.2 - http://twentyelevendemo.wordpress.com
I think its worth us tearing this apart and looking at the ideas they have bought in, I've only played with it briefly and its pretty nice actually. That said my initial impression was not so favorable (omg this is lame), however the more I play around with and uncover its various features the more I like it.Read more
Drupal consultan needed for a 3 day project. Can work off hours and even telecomute. Do need to be on site for a couple of hours in order to be brief on project. The rate is very attractive let me know if anyone is interested in some extra cash for this weekend.
AdMonsters is looking for a developer or themer experienced with CSS, Drupal to implement the mobile version of our site's homepage.
We are already in the process of design and wireframing. We will be adjusting the web site (http://www.admonsters.com) homepage to the new design with our current development partners but we need someone to implement the optimized version for mobile.Read more
The third annual Drupal Design Camp Boston, the Drupal community's
first camp dedicated to design, will take place again at the MIT Stata
Center on June 25-26. Each year, 315+ Drupalists gather in Cambridge
to discuss ideas and take part in interactive sessions on the future
of Drupal, focusing on everything from usability to technology from a
design perspective. Dries
Buytaert and Joshua Porter
The Design Initiative has three main goals - build a new core theme, build a new collaboration site for designers, and community outreach. The new core theme initiative is well under way and we're tantalizingly close to design.drupal.org becoming a reality. What we need to do now is step up a gear and start thinking about outreach.Read more
Context can mean many things, especially in Drupal. What I want to talk about is what context relates too from a device perspective.
Broadly I think this equates too:
It is device capabilities and constraints plus the fact that mobile devices are with you anywhere and everywhere.Luke Wroblewski
How does the ambiguous location of the user affect their browsing experience? Which device capabilities are going to affect how they view and use the site?Read more
A big part of any user experience is usability. It's the first step toward an engaging and seamless experience.
There are three key areas that will be the focus of the formal mobile usability tests:
- User Input
Currently Drupal's admin interface fails one and two almost instantly on small and touch screens. All three need a wide range of tests before we can confidently address these issues. I'd like it if people could weigh in based on previous experience.
I'll be posting more about the usability tests soon.
Verity is a part time administration assistant for a cancer support charity. She is working part time while she completes her Social Care Diploma. Before she left work to study, Verity was a Personal Assistant in the Finance Sector. Verity is in her late twenties. She is quite proficient with the MS Office Suite (Word, Excel etc.), and she uses Facebook and email but she doesn’t consider herself very good with technology.
To scope this discussion - this is about our new core theme for Drupal 8 and who it will serve, and how they will use it.
Its not possible to design and build something that will suit everyone, so we have been working on narrowing it down to identify who might use our new core theme and what their needs might be.
I have expanded on this and tried to think about skill-sets, constraints, features and what type of sites might they be building.Read more