If you’ve been following along with the Drupal 7 User Experience Project (now codenamed D7UX) at
Last Thursday afternoon we posted our initial concepts for the interface model for Drupal 7. You can see an overview in the video above and we
Design Principles and Our Process
We also recently shared some more about the thinking and approach we’re taking with a couple of videos, the first on our
Crowdsource Usability Testing is Go!
You might also be interested to know that our first round of
A question for you…
As we continue to work on this project we’re continually having to question and refine and experiment with the ways that we work. Up until recently, I’ve used this blog as place to communicate about the project and to ask you – whoever you are! – to participate in the project if you’re interested. One of the reasons I’ve done this is to try to get people who aren’t very experienced, or experienced at all, with Drupal to participate, which we think is incredibly important.
Something different has happened lately, which is that we’ve launched the D7UX website, which is now the primarily place that we’re sharing updates on the project. Since doing that, I’ve gotten some feedback to indicate that people are finding cross posting here and there a little unnecessary…. so I just thought I’d ask what you think?
- If you’re interested in following the project, would you rather follow it here or at D7UX?
- Are you happy/comfortable to post your feedback over at D7UX or would you rather leave it here?
- Do you find it annoying/unnecessary to post in both places?
Do let me know and we’ll tweak our process accordingly!
Thanks in advance for your insight and support on this incredibly exciting yet ever evolving project!