[Mediawiki-i18n] First usability tests on early content translation prototypes
pginer at wikimedia.org
Thu Jul 11 11:39:08 UTC 2013
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On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 12:18 PM, Pau Giner <pginer at wikimedia.org> wrote:
> I conducted two usability tests with two users. Sessions were half user
> research (to understand current process) and half usability testing (to
> check how our initial design ideas worked).
> The basic design ideas worked well and we got interesting feedback to keep
> exploring. Observations have been analysed in a document<https://docs.google.com/a/wikimedia.org/document/d/1vpQPxX9AcQOKsl8YuIrF_ZruSzQkYDohMjzepIU-fWU/edit?usp=sharing> where
> a summary of the relevant findings, as well as the user recordings and
> detailed observations for each participant.
> I also created a public Trello board<https://trello.com/board/content-translation-designs/51dd7e7215b12d7701002162>with all the design problems and solutions I am considering. The purpose is
> to allow it to unify the feedback I get from different sources (users,
> Language engineering team, and the design team) in a single place where
> anyone can access to it.
> Next steps include:
> - Finding design solutions for detected issues
> - Update the prototypes to include the new ideas
> - Adapt the prototypes to other languages and recruit additional
> - Start adding information to a wiki page about the project,
> Feel free to provide any feedback or ask any doubt.
> Pau Giner
> Interaction Designer
> Wikimedia Foundation
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