UX Toolkit for 0.1 Release

Allison Bloodworth abloodworth at berkeley.edu
Wed Oct 24 16:11:46 UTC 2007


I'm definitely available to help out as well...it sounds like we  
might be getting into the area of what "context" beyond a design  
pattern a user of a Fluid component might need.

On Oct 24, 2007, at 8:31 AM, erin yu wrote:

> I'd like to have a look!
> Since I'm new to what you've been working on, I might be able to give
> you some feedback from a different perspective.
>
>
>
> On 24-Oct-07, at 11:15 AM, Shaw-Han Liem wrote:
>
>> Hi Guys,
>>
>> A little behind on my emails so I didn't see Colin's post yesterday
>> and
>> the subsequent follow up.
>>
>> It looks like Paul has volunteered to do some wiki gardening on the
>> Walkthrough protocol and checklist (thanks Paul!).
>>
>> I'm going to be working on the DnD design pattern today, but I
>> could use
>> a second set of eyes to go over it. I'm particularly interested in
>> what
>> changes we might need to make to it so that it fits more closely with
>> the Lightbox/Reorderer component.
>>
>> Shaw-Han
>>
>>
>>
>> Shaw-Han Liem wrote:
>>> Hi Everyone,
>>>
>>> As mentioned in the UX Group meeting yesterday, I thought I'd
>>> follow up
>>> on the deliverables for the first release of the UX Toolkit (Oct  
>>> 31).
>>>
>>> 1. Drag and Drop Design Pattern
>>>
>>> This will be the our first attempt at creating a Fluid Design
>>> Pattern. I
>>> believe the plan is to eventually move the patterns to their own
>>> website
>>> to allow us more layout/interactivity options, but for now it will
>>> live
>>> in the Fluid Wiki, and be exported as a PDF for inclusion in the
>>> release.
>>>
>>> - http://wiki.fluidproject.org/x/4Qsa
>>> (ignore the broken links, i'm in the middle of fixing them :)
>>> - Based on the Sakai DnD design pattern
>>> - Will add ARIA markup examples
>>> - Will add "generic" (non-sakai) screenshots of good DND
>>> implementations
>>>
>>>
>>> 2. UX Walkthrough Documentation
>>>
>>> The documentation surrounding the UX walkthroughs (or some  
>>> cleaned-up
>>> sub-set of them) will also be exported from the wiki to PDF and be
>>> included in the release.
>>>
>>> - http://wiki.fluidproject.org/x/RwAF
>>> - Any ideas about what sections of this would be most useful as
>>> part of
>>> the release? Any volunteers to do the cleanup?
>>>
>>>
>>> I think that's about it. If anyone has any comments on the above
>>> material or would like to contribute, feel free to edit the wiki
>>> pages
>>> or respond on the list!
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Shaw-Han
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Shaw-Han Liem
>> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre
>> University of Toronto
>> shawhan.liem at utoronto.ca / 416-946-0423
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Allison Bloodworth
Senior User Interaction Designer
Educational Technology Services
University of California, Berkeley
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