Usability, Experience, and Progress Study/Notes/Angelique
From Wikimedia Usability Initiative
- notices categories
- the text is here, which is the most helpful thing
- uses link box without seeing tabs. for an internal link
- links and citations - citations are sources for where the information comes from
- this is all subjective, seems like the things that are wildly known vs. controversial
- if you read it, it becomes clearer - i didn't really read it before.
- it's more convenient that it's set up that way - it's just different. it's easier to just see that you can put in one word and that it prompts you for pages that exist. but then, like i said, it's.....from other stuff i've done, i'm used to writing the whole.
- It's not apparent to me, how to see the page without saving it. Oh no, it has show preview. oops. it says to preview it before saving.
- Admittedly mostly because I didn't read it.
- Once she she's the two link functions, uses them with ease - with highlighted text or to start the action.
- tries on her own to make it formatted the same - i.e. with a bullet
- now with a bullet! i did it!
- once i knew how that worked, it's actually pretty easy
- external links....how it moves the cursor to not exactly to where you need to type. if you wanted to add a link to appear after.....which seems like the logical next place.
- it should be a step or two to get to a page you can edit. once you're on that page, you can find your way around...but it's not organized in a way that's super easy.
- for example - i didn't need to use the advanced stuff...didn't understand why it's advanced. wasn't an issue - hidden. if i was gonna need to do that - it's not immediately apparent.
- links - internal link really easy to use.
- it was....it didn't give me errors.
- it turned out how i was expecting it to. makes me more likely to make me want to do edits.
- it doesn't look like you want or save - frustrating.