Protocol, heuristics, process and reporting seem to be working. We'll continue to reflect and iterate as we do the walkthroughs.
- We'll continue working through the UX walkthroughs with an eye toward identifying pain points to focus component work on and delivering a "state of usability and accessibility" summary to the Sakai, uPortal and Moodle communities.
- Synthesize all walkthrough results from individual evaluators for the summaries. What should our timeline be for completing the walkthroughs?
- Paul will drive definition of the form of the above mentioned summaries
- Create summaries and share out with communities.
Pain point and Component ID and prioritization activity
Pain point synthesis and categorization identified several areas of focus. Wiki pages for these areas can be found as child pages off the Identified Pain Points & Problem Spaces page. Four areas were chosen to focus on and working groups formed around them:
- Navigation Problem Space (Barbara, Allison, Paul, Kathy if time permits)
- Feedback Problem Space (Eli, Kathy, Barbara if time permits)
- File Management Problem Space (Clay, Shaw-Han, Herb, Daphne)
- Workflow -- across tools Problem Space (Gary, Eli, Peter)
There was also discussion around these areas in the larger group. Initially we hoped to assign design and development effort to the areas also but we quickly realized we weren't there yet.
- Gary & Eric integrate Reorderer Layout Customizer in uPortal for portlet layout
- Gary & Daphne identify likely integration points in uPortal and Sakai and pick 3 - 5 to move forward
- Recruit needed team members from the respective communities (developers, project manager if project is sizable enough, etc.)
- Integrate (design & development work) - what's needed along the way? what are outstanding questions? what's the package?
Kuali Student Overview
Paul gave a lightening lightning talk on where they are and what the plan foward is based on Kuali Student UI Design Notes.
Allison gave a lightening lightning presentation on design patterns. She talked about what a pattern is, who the audience for Fluid patterns might be, showed some example patterns and provided us with many thought-provoking questions. The discussion continued the next day a bit with the whole group.
- Daphne to coordinate conversation to review idea with team
- If people like the idea we'll just doing it and iterate as we go
Content Management Research
Daphne gave a lightening lightning presentation on the problem, goals, and plan behind this project. Much more discussion will happen virtually.