[isf-wifidog] UI + usecase suggestions for Wifidog portal pages
fproulx at edito.qc.ca
Jeu 20 Oct 01:49:56 EDT 2005
Hum hum... interesting pretty big wish list for Christmas. I don't
know what santas' got in store for you.... Well it will mostly be an
iterative process, since it'd be easy to break things apart if we
rush this. We'll need to start polishing the MainUI and create the
few templates. In parallel, get Dana and Benjamin to clean up the CSS
and create some designs... Have Martin create the artwork for ISF
(new logo and color scheme). Basically that first part will simply
take the same content that we have now, laying it in such a way that
it's easier for us to work. Then we can start thinking about the
tabs, how we should regroup contents etc... Improve the content
management (back-end). Finally we'll think about the sub-domain
think, but that might be a pain in the ass to implement cleanly in
On 20-Oct-2005, at 1:32 , Michael Lenczner wrote:
> Hey auth guys (benoit, francois, philippe).
> I wanted to put down what I wanted for UI (for the typical users) in
> the short to medium term. I know that this isn't perfect, but it
> would be a good start.
> 1) Same bar that we currently have on the left side.
> 2) I want things to look fairly blog-ish. That means showing 10
> "items" or so. Each item would show up in full (not just a one-line
> headline). Users would have to scroll to reach the bottom of the page.
> 3) The page would have tabs - selectable from the top of the page.
> The different tabs would be General, QuARTier sounds, quARTier
> writing, quARTier photos, quARTier video, Events, and News.
> I am working on finding one system-wide curator for each of these.
> Ideally curatorship will devolve down the system till we have one
> curator for each of those at each hotspot.
> 4) the default tab (general) would have the last 5-20 items posted
> across the different categories. each tab would have 1-5 of the last
> items posted.
> 5)each tab would have it's own rss feed.
> 6)each portal page would have an address http://laika.ilesansfil.org,
> (we decided against that early on for 2 reasons. 1 - because we
> wanted to keep some content only available for people at the hotspot
> and 2 - what would we do about 2 cafes with the same name. I don't
> think either reason is a deal buster at this point.)
> 7)There would be a web page somewhere that grouped together *all* new
> content from the ISF system. a system-wide tab for quARTier photos,
> another for audio, etc. Each of these would also have an rss feed.
> I don't know how hard any of this stuff is going to be, but I wanted
> to give my wishlist.
> WiFiDog mailing list
> WiFiDog at listes.ilesansfil.org
More information about the WiFiDog