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Re: [libreoffice-design] Tasks for UX testing?
- Subject: Re: [libreoffice-design] Tasks for UX testing?
- From: "Mirek M." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2014 18:10:52 +0100
- To: Robinson Tryon <email@example.com>
- Cc: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Just a small note: It'd be great if you could test LibreOffice with its new
2014-03-03 8:11 GMT+01:00 Robinson Tryon <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> [I don't think I'm subscribed to design@, so please Reply-All]
> We've been invited to participate in some user testing at a new event
> "SpinachCon" that will take place a day before LibrePlanet this
> I need to show up with a list of tasks for users to perform (about
> 15-30 min worth). I've a few ideas off the top of my head, including
> testing the sidebar, but I'd be grateful for additional input.
> What would you like to see tested? What parts of LibreOffice would
> most benefit from user feedback?
> P.S. If you will be in the Boston area on March 21st, it'd be great to
> have you attend SpinachCon -- just drop me an email!
>  SpinachCon will provide realtime user experience feedback and
> constructive criticism for participating free software projects in a
> friendly environment.
> SpinachCon will be a four hour open house where users will come by and
> do a few tasks with each of four projects. In order to make it even
> friendlier, projects will pair up and hear each other's feedback. This
> precludes the developers or project evangelists from interrupting user
> feedback with explanations or apologies. After the event is over, each
> project gets to take their own project's feebdack with them.
> At this inaugural SpinachCon, users will be encouraged to try all four
> projects. We envision user-testers spending around two hours with us,
> so the list of tasks you ask users to perform should take 15-30
> minutes. We'd like for each project to bring at least two people --
> although three is probably ideal. Your project volunteers do not need
> to be technical volunteers. If you'd like your project to participate
> and are having trouble finding local people, let me know and I will
> put out a call to our local GNU/Linux user group to try and help you
> fill in the gap.
>  http://libreplanet.org/2014/
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