DRAFT: Drupal.org Experience Strategy

The redesign project for Drupal.org will be guided by an experience strategy that will inform our decision making in all aspects of the redesign and which will, we hope, be able to be used as ‘a star to sail our ship by’ (as Jesse James Garrett would say) – as a clear objective to design towards. What is an experience strategy? An experience strategy is…

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User research for Drupal.org redesign – what we’ve done, what we’re doing

If you’re following the Drupal.org redesign project, you will no doubt have noticed that we’ve been busy getting to know the Drupal community. It’s been fun so far, and we look forward to doing much more. I thought you might enjoy a little heads up of what we’ve done and what our plans are (keeping in mind, of course, that a project quite like this…

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Opening the floodgates! How to participate in the Drupal.org redesign project

Suddenly, there are more ways that you can be involved in the drupal.org redesign project – do any of these take your fancy? Drupal.org Redesign Twitter Group If you’re on Twitter (or if you’d like to be), follow the Drupal.org Redesign Twitter Group at www.twitter.com/drupalredesign Once you’re following you can share a message with everyone who’s interested in the redesign project by sending a direct…

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Why I care what you had for lunch

There is an excellent article, I’m So Totally, Digitally, Close To You, about ambient intimacy in the New York Times Magazine this weekend, and I’m honoured to have been able to contribute a few words via a fascinating chat with the author, Clive Thompson. (This is the second time I’ve gotten my name mentioned in the NYT can you believe! but this is the first…

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