[ux] Is 2018 and UX will kick ass!! First 2018 week status check in :)
hola at antonela.me
Tue Jan 2 17:11:56 UTC 2018
Happy 2018 Tor UX folks!
I'm really excited about what is coming. I hope you too :)
I'll be in India this month so we'll update this list about
a couple of user testing sessions we are going to do there.
Our current scope for the styleguide is close to being done.
We are reviewing the content and some details in order to have it ready
Feel free to lurk there: styleguide.torproject.org
I'll add the new icons to the portal too (#24664).
As Isa said, our next major scope is having all mockups for each portal
ready for our Tor Meeting in March.
Also, I'm currently working with #24717, #24696 and #24133.
Feel free to reach us here if you have any question!
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On 2 January 2018 at 13:29, isabela <isabela at torproject.org> wrote:
> Hello there!
> Was chatting with Antonela and this week *we won't have irc check in
> meeting* (which happens on Tuesday's) but just do it via email as folks
> are traveling etc.
> First of all, happy 2018! I want to share an overall 2018 update with
> y'all before going to my weekly status update (and folks should reply to
> this email sharing theirs as well :)
> The UX team has big plans for 2018!
> First we plan to have all portals done by summer! Our main milestone is
> the Tor Meeting in March where we hope to have a prototype of all sites
> up for everyone to check them out and give us feedback.
> If you have been following our check in meetings, folks are already
> coding support.torproject.org and designing the other portals. So this
> shit is happening \o/
> We also know we don't know what is good for the user. (hehehe)
> And we must test what we build with them to actually know if we are
> doing it right. This is the must crucial piece for our team to function.
> So in 2018 we hope to add another member to our team to be our User
> Research Coordinator.
> We also want to put in place the structure for this person to succeed at
> their work while doing it 'Tor's style' which is with user privacy and
> security as the center of everything we do. And is with that in mind
> that we are building a way to do user testing with the help of trainers
> and users all around the world, by creating a direct interaction with
> them instead of collecting behavioral data on them. Our user testing
> program has already started with a few pilots and we have more coming up
> in 2018, but our ultimate goal is to have it scale to a stage where
> anyone who would like to help test and give us feedback on user facing
> features will know how to do it.
> Having this user feedback process on everything we build will help us
> ensure we continue to iterate and improve our tools so they work for our
> Our roadmap for 2018 has already some big changes on the user experience
> for Tor Browser desktop that we must get feedback from our users. We
> will be working with the Tor Browser for Android team to bring these
> experiences to mobile and we will have to test that as well. All the
> portals experiences will also need to be tested, specially the download
> flow. So as you can see the user testing work will be one of the most
> important ones for us in 2018.
> If we build all the things we want to build and are capable of showing
> that to users in a way that they can give us feedback about it.
> If we are also capable of incorporating tasks to fix stuff related to
> this feedback into the dev teams roadmaps ;P
> We will end 2018 with a full user centered development cycle \o/
> Now my update for the week
> I will be finishing the work plan for the sponsor related to all the
> portals and the first user testing pilots in 3 countries we are targeting.
> Will work on reports for sponsor4 that is ending this month! So I will
> be quite busy with that, but hopefully will be catching up towards the
> end of the week on user testing in India this month and other UX work.
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> UX at lists.torproject.org
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