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Hello friends!  I recently gave a talk at the first annual PatternFly conference on some easy ways to take the writing you do for PatternFly from good to great.  In it, I shared a few items that would comprise a short checklist that you can refer to as you write.  Those items, and some others, are… Read more »

Many users, few personas

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As a user experience researcher supporting the PatternFly project, I’m currently researching and developing personas that represent the typical PatternFly user or contributor. Personas are fictional, often alliteratively named, representations of your users. They are based on similarities gleaned from quantitative and qualitative research on users’ habits, motivations, and work contexts. While I will do… Read more »

How we scroll

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Recently, the PatternFly team undertook a brief research study to help decide how to handle scrolling within modal dialogs that have more content than can fit within the current view or “above the fold.” In this post, you’ll read about what we were trying to learn, how we constructed the study, and our final conclusions…. Read more »

A Community Approach to a Community Meeting

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This March, PatternFly community leadership developed a survey to gather feedback and ideas on how to make our various methods of communication better suit the needs of current and prospective community members. In this post, we’ll share the results and our interpretations, as well as actions we’ve already taken based on the feedback received. Who… Read more »