Continuing in the series of ‘Things we learned from the Drupal.org project‘, this post actually starts off in the comments of the last post (design by committee vs design by community) where Keith picked me up on the statement that design should never be democratic and asked ‘Could it be? Or at least closer? And… Continue reading design is no place for democracy (things we learned from the drupal.org project)
Recently I presented a casestudy of things that we learned about designing with a community, the Drupal community, at the Interaction09 Conference in Vancouver. (I’m still trying to get my slides down to a reasonable size to post on Slideshare!) It was a short presentation so I thought I’d take some time to flesh out… Continue reading design by committee vs design by community (things we learned from the Drupal.org project)
As you may have read, we’ll be doing some usability testing on the 6th iteration of the Drupal.org prototype in London next week. It seems like a great time to also kick off some crowdsourced usability testing, as we’d talked about earlier, and for any of you who’d like to get involved to do so!… Continue reading Drupal.org redesign – help usability test Iteration 6 next week!
Another day, another way to be involved in the Drupal.org redesign project, and this one’s a little different – but I think it’s going to be great fun! Here’s what we’re going to do. I’m going to be doing some remote usability testing using screen sharing and screen recording software that I’ll share back with… Continue reading Drupal.org – Crowdsourcing Usability Testing – Get Involved!