[drupal-devel] Fwd: OpenUsability Project Approved
berdrupal at tiscali.be
Wed Sep 21 18:46:53 UTC 2005
Something I always liked to know is:
Do you ever (want to) administer drupal with your default login. (i.e. how
many people have a separate account to administer)
I think an well founded answer to that will make our future choices a lot
easier: Does the admin menu need to be part of navigation menu, How well
would an admin theme help (for the record, i think admin themes are not a
good idea), would a default administer role help etc.
Op woensdag 21 september 2005 19:45, schreef Kieran Lal:
> On Sep 19, 2005, at 10:28 AM, Kieran Lal wrote:
> > On Sep 19, 2005, at 9:45 AM, Álvaro Ortiz wrote:
> >> So if some concise usability/ux improvements were listed, I would
> >> contribute.
> > Here is a list projects for Administration User Experience that we
> > need help with.
> > 1) We need to complete interviews for new administrative users. I
> > have completed 12 so far, but they were all with heavy
> > administration users.
> Hi, here is the short version of the interview questions:
> Audience research
> Phone/email interview questions
> Drupal administration
> 1)How would you describe yourself as a Drupal administrator? Which
> version of Drupal
> do you run? What additional modules/themes do you use?
> 2) How often do you use Drupal administration? How long do you
> administer your site?
> 3) Can you access your Drupal administration menus?
> 4) What are the most common tasks you do with your site as an
> administrator? What
> other tasks do you do less frequently?(Write both answers down as a
> list in order)
> 5) Which of the common tasks you mentioned earlier are easy to do?
> Why are they easy?
> (Get into detail)
> 6) Which tasks are hard? Why are those tasks hard?(Go into detail)
> 7) How about other important tasks you have not mentioned?
> 8) What is the one thing that would make your job as a Drupal
> administrator easier?
> Review your interpretations.
> If you would prefer to just do one or two long interviews then I can
> share the long interview questions which really follow the same
> format but have lots of detailed sub questions. When you are picking
> your candidates to interview check that they don't use Drupal
> administration for an hour everyday. I have twelve of those people
> and we really need a better sampling of new inexperienced users.
> I am going to try and get a post up on Drupal.org about a plan for 4
> weeks of User Experience work.
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