Re-organized/Updated UX Walkthrough Wiki Space

Allison Bloodworth abloodworth at
Fri Oct 26 23:59:24 UTC 2007

Hi everyone,

Today I spent some time re-organizing the UX Walkthrough space on the  
wiki ( 
+Walkthroughs) so that our Pre-Summit and Post-Summit Walkthroughs  
are separated. I created subpages for each of these categories for  
each project group (Sakai, uPortal, Moodle), so please make sure to  
put your future UX Walkthroughs on the *Post-Summit* pages for your  
group. This is to ensure we know which walkthroughs informed the Pain  
Point/Component prioritization exercise we did at the Sept. 2007  
Fluid Summit (our results are available at: http:// You can  
see a high-level view of all the walkthroughs which have completed  
(at least those with wiki pages...I can't automatically show the ones  
which are attachments here) at: 

I also went through and tried to log the scenarios completed for the  
Sakai UX Walk-throughs on the Sakai Scenarios page: http:// (the  
uPortal group appears to have already done this). However, there were  
some folks who had listed what appeared to be more scenarios than  
they covered, or perhaps got part-way through a scenario but didn't  
finish. Would everyone who did a Sakai UX Walkthrough please check  
the scenario page and make sure the scenarios you've completed are  
checked off, and put your name next to any "in-progress" scenarios  
that you'd like to finish yourself? This will help ensure we are  
covering new ground as the post-summit UX Walkthroughs begin.

Additionally, there two some attached Word documents from Barbara &  
Kathy on the uPortal Pre-Summit Walkthrough Results page: http:// 
+Results which I'm not sure if are duplicated as wiki pages. If they  
have a corresponding wiki page, could you please link to it in the  
Attachment Comments?

Finally, going forward please check off the scenarios immediately  
after each walkthrough so we can keep these pages up-to-date. if you  
definitely plan to complete them, you may also want to put your name  
next to your "in-progress" scenarios as you begin them.

Thanks so much! :)

Allison Bloodworth
Senior User Interaction Designer
Educational Technology Services
University of California, Berkeley
(415) 377-8243
abloodworth at

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