[p2pu-dev] Updated Challenges Mockup

Jessica Ledbetter jessica at jessicaledbetter.com
Fri Sep 23 15:18:21 UTC 2011

On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 9:22 AM, Arlton Lowry <arltonlowry at gmail.com> wrote:

> I pushed an update yesterday afternoon, but until that gets pulled into
> Alpha, I wanted to share what I have done. Here are the changes:
> Badge section: http://cl.ly/AMo3
> I'm not sure about the color, but that's something that can easily change.
> Cool beans :) I'm ignoring color and assuming there's some fancy mouseover
color change anyway. Just to warn you, I think the current badges are 93x94.
1 pixel html resized to make it a square will probably only be noticed by
certain people (and probably drive us nuts) but just thought I'd put that
out there. Plus, will be they be readable at that size? We'll have mouseover
alt type text but there's no title otherwise except in the badge, right?

If we have 0 awarded, we're going to keep the two significant digits? What
if we have 3 digits, do all go to 3? Example: 00 01 and 100 001. We can
revist when we are in the million range ;)

> Task Section: http://cl.ly/AMTL
> After the last task is checked off the congratulations message and buttons
> will appear under the tasks. I'm not sure that the "Next Challenge" needs to
> be a button - it may work better as a link - in that case I would switch
> their spots.
> No call to action to adopt?  Does the system know what the next challenge

I like the  thought of differentiating the navigation versus action with
link vs button.

And still have the "View/Discuss" stuff? Speaking of, I saw that on alpha
and wondered it it was obvious enough. I know as an organizer I love when I
see students engage each other more than use the contact organizer button.
Someone else probably has an answer and is on that time zone and it's kept
out in the open for others to see :)

People Section: http://cl.ly/AMWB
> I added a slightly grey background behind the "Request a Mentor" section at
> the top to set it apart. Phillipp mentioned in his last email that there
> needed to be a link under the people who have offered their help section.
> I'm going to think about how I can include that with the current setup.
Since they're pulled out and special already, maybe like the
http://p2pu.org/en/people/ people cards with name and 'contact' link? Some
of us have long names or I'd say put it under the name. But maybe something
like that?

And a real nitpicky question... what order should we do on the people list?
Random-ish maybe? Otherwise those first few folks are going to get all the
contacts, right? :) Or maybe order of adoption?

Jessica Ledbetter
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