[p2pu-dev] New Team Member
tonyhomes at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 08:24:18 UTC 2012
Hey there Chris! Welcome to Berlin!
We can work together as I'm focused on similar questions as you commented.
You can reach me by my other e-mail: joaoa.menezes at yahoo.com.br
Stian, thanks for sharing your notes from the user testing. It will be
2012/7/10 Stian Håklev <shaklev at gmail.com>
> Here't he URL of the user study:
> On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 10:28 AM, Stian Håklev <shaklev at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Chris,
>> welcome on board, we surely need your help! I would be very interested in
>> helping with the course selection page and other aspects - I did a simple
>> user study of P2PU, admittedly with a very low sample (n=1), but I think I
>> still uncovered some pretty grave usability bugs and things that shouldn't
>> be too hard to fix, but which really trip up users, and I would really like
>> for us to iron these out. Happy to help in any non-coder way I can.
>> On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 1:54 AM, Chris Ewald <chris at p2pu.org> wrote:
>>> Hello p2pu!
>>> My name is Chris Ewald. I just signed on with p2pu as a developer. I'm
>>> fortunately enough to be in Berlin with most of the team members, and would
>>> like to introduce myself to the whole community.
>>> Over the coming months, I'll be working on improving the front end of
>>> the site, as well as some sysadmin tasks. It's my goal to improve the user
>>> experience and aesthetics of the site the best I can. Whoever is working on
>>> related tasks, please be in touch. I'll be poking around the mailing lists
>>> and will probably have a bunch of questions.
>>> My tentative goals are to:
>>> - Improve the signup process
>>> - Improve the course search page
>>> - modularize the css ( sass )
>>> - Site-wide improvements to feel and consistency ( twitter-bootstrap )
>>> If anyone is interested in helping with these tasks, or if feel there is
>>> something missing, please get in touch.
>>> Glad to be part of a team of such talented and forward-thinking people.
>>> Looking forward meeting everyone over the coming months.
>>> p2pu-dev mailing list
>>> p2pu-dev at lists.p2pu.org
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