Drupal.org redesign – a strategy for the documentation section

Leisa Reichelt:15:36:39 ok. here’s the theory Leisa Reichelt:15:36:49 drupal documentation is essentially like wikipedia Leisa Reichelt:15:36:53 lots of pages Leisa Reichelt:15:36:59 it’s not hierarchical Leisa Reichelt:15:37:06 because it is grouped around so many things Leisa Reichelt:15:37:14 so doing a hierarchical IA for it is nonsense Leisa Reichelt:15:37:23 will only show how complex it is and where it is incomplete Leisa Reichelt:15:37:25 which we want to…

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Drupal.org redesign – Cardsorting Module Categories

If you’ve been following along you’d be aware that one of the nuts we’re currently trying to crack is the modules section of the drupal.org website – how can we make modules more findable? In the interest of gathering more information to help make a good decision, i’ve put together another little cardsorting exercise. If you have a spare 15mins or so, I’d love if…

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Drupal.org redesign: making modules findable

One thing I’ve learned on this project so far is that if you’ve been using Drupal for more than about ten minutes, chances are you’ve had a look for a module or two. Research participants are rarely unanimous but I think I can safely say that every single Drupal user I have spoken to has told me how difficult it is to firstly find and…

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Drupal.org redesign – Iteration 7, for your review!

Welcome to the latest iteration of the Drupal.org redesign project which you can find here: http://drupal.markboultondesign.com/iteration7/ We’re both excited and nervous to show you this latest version because we’ve taken a bit of a deviation from our previous path as a result of both feedback from you and usability testing, and us not being quite satisfied with the work that had been done so far….

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