[p2pu-dev] UX changes - Looks good, but maybe needs copy editing clarity :-)
tonyhomes at gmail.com
Sun Sep 4 01:47:13 UTC 2011
I was wondering... the anatomy of a study group page could somehow be
related to the verbs 'learn, get help, mentor, get recognition' instead of
the 'long list of discussions' we have today. I mean, find out a way to make
the learning action not being only answering to discussions but contributing
more actively to the subject...
These are some thoughts which need maturing, yet.
Em 30 de agosto de 2011 21:19, João Menezes <tonyhomes at gmail.com> escreveu:
> Can't access the link, guess it's still down.
> 2011/8/30 John Britton <public at johndbritton.com>
>> I think Arlton just plucked that copy from other places on the site, agree
>> that it needs some work. It's still a work in progress, will post to
>> community list in a few more days once we've given things some more thought.
>> contact info:
>> @johndbritton - http://twitter.com/johndbritton
>> On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 11:52 AM, Pippa Buchanan <
>> Pippa.Buchanan at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I've just been looking at the sample mockups that Arlton's been
>>> working on and it looks great. It really builds on the initial design
>>> that Alex made for us in Barcelona and evolves the project look and
>>> feel to be more mature.
>>> One thing that doesn't seem to work for me is tightly communicating
>>> peer learning and the user generated learning part of the project. As
>>> the mock up places far more emphasis on the main text block and
>>> doesn't have a "Start Your Own" or "Create" button.
>>> "Learn anything, with your peers.
>>> At P2PU, people work together to learn a particular topic by
>>> completing tasks, assessing individual and group work, and providing
>>> constructive feedback."
>>> Without "Start Your Own" as a high profile button it's REALLY unclear
>>> that users are in control of creating the subjects that are offered
>>> and are responsible for each others experience.
>>> I'm not sure if this a UX problem or some refining of the copy on the
>>> front page. Granted - describing peer-learning and participatory
>>> culture is pretty difficult to do in a tweet size chunk of text :-)
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