[p2pu-dev] wireframes of badge task/assessment
philipp at p2pu.org
Mon Sep 26 16:36:21 UTC 2011
* I like the idea of actually showing which badges I can challenge for next
to the link "Get a badge". Probably an easy change to Arton's last UX.
* I would not separate the rubric from the evidence. Asking users to toggle
between the two will make it very hard to complete the review.
* I'm wondering if we can tie peer badges into the tasks (and not handle as
a step that comes after the challenge). When someone leaves a great comment
on a post I wrote, I want to give them the badge right there. I'm unlikely
to remember weeks later.
* I thought the work submission, and badge review were one screen - roughly
based on the task page. Do we have enough time to implement as separate
feature for this first phase, or is this an idea for next phase?
* Is the discussion / review thread public? I think it should be - because
it's a good learning resource for others. And in Alex Halavais' pilot, there
were some really great conversations.
On 23 September 2011 22:20, Erin Knight <erin.knight21 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all - wanted to share wireframes of the badge task and peer assessment
> that Chloe has been working on.
> - Challenge view with badge tasks (I know we are not building this
> piece but tried to capture the thinking of the flow)
> - Task/process for peer to peer badges
> - Task/process for submission for skill badges
> - Peer assessment of skill badges
> - Mockup of a potential review queue to help prioritize submissions
> that still need assessments
> Please let us know if you have questions or feedback. Jessica is set to
> dive into development of the badge and assessment related functionality over
> the weekend.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Chloe Varelidi <chloe at varelidi.com>
> Date: Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 11:43 AM
> Subject: Re: badge integration: next steps
> To: Erin Knight <erin.knight21 at gmail.com>
> Cc: Jessica Ledbetter <jessica at jessicaledbetter.com>
> So, I have updated all wireframes Erin so that the i m done is after the
> badge tasks, and on themouseover we include the "formula" or whatever we
> want to call it, see attached
> Also, took a stab on a wireframe of what could happen when you clicked on
> the "review your peers" left sidebar on arltons mockup. > does that sound
> right? It might be something John & arlton are already working on?
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