Drupal7UX – How does Drupal talk? (on brand, personality and tone of voice)

So, there we were, just starting to work through the workflow for Drupal – we got as far as the login screen when we thought ‘let’s write something nice on this screen’, and, pen poised… we were stumped. We wanted to write something friendly like Moo would. Or Innocent drinks. We wanted to make it visually interesting like Vimeo do. Or Picnik. But… is that…

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Drupal7 UX – We Need You NOW!

We plan to make the Drupal 7 User Experience something very special. The biggest risk to this project is community rejection/involvement too late in the project. Get out of the issue queues, quit bitching about your other CMS tools. Come reject our ideas NOW not later! Get over here and help us make something amazing. Thank you! (and even bigger thanks to those who are…

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Drupal7UX – The Audience Matrix Evolves (and you can play at home!)

Over the past week or so Mark and I have been working out the details that go on the panels of the Audience Matrix  that we shared with you last week (or dress-up-doll document as it has otherwise been named).  We’ve made a few changes and added a bunch of definitions. Here’s what we’ve come up with so far: ROLES: Content Creator: a user who…

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Ada Lovelace Day – Rachel Dixon

With apparently thousands of others, I recently made the following pledge: “I will publish a blog post on Tuesday 24th March about a woman in technology whom I admire but only if 1,000 other people will do the same.” I’d like to open with a hat-tip to Suw Charman-Anderson for actually doing something about the Women In Technology (or lack there-of) issue. Well done Suw….

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