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I have been working on a project recently where we have been performing user tests against Drupal prototypes. The audience is a mix of people from regular users of Drupal to marketers who have never seen the platform.
We are seeing a trend where people are regularly distracted and/or confused by things within Drupal core's interface. One example is we designed a test where users would edit a node and change the workflow state. Users found it challenging to even find where to go to edit the node.Read more
I made a suggestion for mobile and tablet drag'n drop solutions for menus etc.
You will find all details in the post: https://www.drupal.org/node/1972462#comment-9618157
I am happy to get feedback and find someone to implement this.
Thanks, cheers from Bogota,
Last updated by varunity on Sun, 2014-12-07 16:59
Owaves has very good user interface elements for managing their content, some of this can be used as inspiration for Drupal's mobile user interface. Owaves is somewhat useful but makes it attractive because of its great UX. The Ux in the app Owaves is a colorful and easy to understand one. The use circles and bright figures to help give visuals. You will see a single screen shot below as it is the only screen on the app. All activities happen on this screen.
- The app has very clean shapes that help put a lot information while still providing a good UX
Last updated by varunity on Sun, 2014-12-07 16:59
EveryDay has very good user interface elements for managing their content, some of this can be used as inspiration for Drupal's mobile user interface. This apps functionality is to organize tasks and activity. The app has an excellent CMS that focuses on simplicity and minimal design. The app has a very good functionality because of the organisation of the minimal Icons. Below is the three best parts of UX in the EveryDay app.
The app has a minimalist design only giving needed information
Icons were small and clearly described the task
Last updated by LewisNyman on Wed, 2015-01-07 12:36
At DrupalCamp Ghent, we held a very small frontend BOF, with myself, Laurii, Emma.maria, and guest frontender Xano.
It quickly became a retrospective on the Friday sprints that took place at DrupalCon Amsterdam. The collective thoughts were not positive. It felt like we fell way short of our goals and potential for the Friday sprint. Drupalcon Friday sprints are about introducing people to sprinting and it feels like we failed badly at that.
Here were some of the problems:
- Newbies did not get enough help
- The few people helping the newbies did not get enough support
Last updated by varunity on Sun, 2014-12-07 16:58
Litely has very good user interface elements for managing their content, some of this can be used as inspiration for Drupal's mobile user interface. I tried the CMS on Litely photo editing app. Below are screenshots of the app's core functionalists. This app , as the screenshots show, has a very good design that uses contrasting colors and very light translucent icon. The app has a very good user experience is these ways:
- The app has an easy and lightweight design that makes you feel more immersed in the experience
Kañooh helpt de Vlaamse overheid om sneller en efficiënter websites te bouwen. Wij ontwikkelen een gebruiksvriendelijk content management systeem gebaseerd op Drupal, dat beantwoordt aan de individuele noden van Vlaamse overheidsinstellingen. Als Product & UX specialist ben je verantwoordelijk voor het kañooh CMS, de product roadmap en, in mindere mate, het uitvoeren van informatie architectuur projecten bij klanten.
· Je vervult een cruciale rol in onze organisatie als bewaker van ons kañooh CMS, de interface en functionaliteit.Read more
At Amsterdam Drupalcon, a group of UX designers and usability specialists (lisarex, yoroy, danigrrl, lewisnyman, bojhan, dagmar and others) met to decide on some goals for moving Drupal UX forward in 2014-2015.Read more
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As part of my rapidly-finishing Master’s studies, and my work on the Drupal Community Tools Team, I'm conducting research into the experiences of Drupal community members, specifically in terms of contributing. Your feedback is needed!
You can take the survey here: http://bit.ly/1omhUpG. Thank you so much!
I'm not sure where the best place to ask this question is - so forgive me if this isn't the best place. Has a discussion already been started about improving upon the current module page? If so can you kindly point me to it?
If not, what do you guys think about adding a favorite/heart toggle feature and user rating feature to module contrib page?
I use a similar feature on http://themeforest.net (http://note.io/1mnVuc3) and http://wordpress.org (http://note.io/1mnVuc3) to save and organize modules that I come across while searching for themes/plugins.Read more
Hi everyone! We're in the process of redesigning the profile page on Drupal.org, and we need the community's feedback! You can find the issue at: https://www.drupal.org/node/2281763.
Specific feedback needed:
- Assuming that we're keeping the current theme, does the organization of information make sense on the page?
- Is there any new information we should be collecting on profiles? Since this will require refactoring several of the data elements in profiles, we have a great opportunity to allow users to show/share more about themselves.
Over the years, most of my clients have been confused by the default publishing options - Published, Promote to frontpage, and Sticky at top of lists - appearing on all content types. I think it is great that these options are available in core, but I can say for projects I work on we rarely use these on more than one or two content types. I can understand how having options on the node form that aren't being used would be confusing for content editors.Read more
Improve D.O. profile page: remove links that say "These pages have been disabled due to high traffic..."
To improve the friendliness of the individual profile page, it would be great to convert some of the non-used links into plain text. It is disappointing to have a lot of links that all give me the same, non-informative message when I click on them, namely: "These pages have been disabled due to high traffic. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thanks!"
After encountering this error message: elFinder library was not found. Please download it from http://sourceforge.net/projects/elfinder/files/ and install to . (Currently using elFinder Not found) and having had to futz with the placement of various external files to get things like the WYSIWYG plugin and PLUPLOAD plugin working, I had an idea.Read more
I have created a survey for my presentation on Blocks & Layouts at Drupal Dev Days Szeged.
If you want to share your take on dealing with Blocks & Layouts in Drupal 7 and your perspective on Drupal 8, go ahead and fill this one out:
Also feel free to share my tweet
Did I miss any options in the survey? I'd be happy to received some feedback and will keep you posted with the results and my slides after Drupal Dev Days.
the Drupal.org Software Working Group is looking for a UX Lead for the future Drupal.org Community Tools Team.
Let us know if you are interested or know someone who might be!