Collaboration with Oracle.
colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Wed Aug 15 18:36:23 UTC 2007
Daphne has outlined a pretty good list of the UX work we're thinking
about and doing over the next few months.
Daphne Ogle wrote:
> As far as current work in progress, there are several activities going
> on and it would be great to have you participate in any or
> all...whatever makes sense from your perspective. Here's the short list:
> - UX walkthroughs (a hybrid usability & accessibility heuristic combined
> with cognitive walkthroughs) of Sakai, uPortal &
> Moodle, http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/User+Experience+Walk-throughs.
> Also see Colin's blog post, "Fluid UX Walk-throughs Getting
> Started", http://fluidproject.atrc.utoronto.ca/blog/ about ways to get
> involved in this work.
We definitely can always benefit from more help with the UX
walkthroughs. If Oracle has anyone who has experience with heuristic
evaluations or cognitive walkthroughs, perhaps they would consider
lending a hand?
> - Several process definitions are being created for review and
> refinement at the Summit: 1) User testing protocol, 2) Content
> research, http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research
> (very drafty and still populating with information from work last week),
User testing is another area where we could benefit from more
collaboration. As Daphne says, the first step is to define a general
protocol for user testing in time for September's Fluid summit. We also
want to get started on real testing of the first round of Fluid
components as soon as possible.
We'll also likely want to look at user testing of new and existing
content management functionality in Sakai, Moodle, and uPortal before
Is this something you would like to contribute to as well?
Great to have you involved,
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
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