I was made aware of what's called "version 1.2" here and started playing around with the two prototypes. I would love to give some feedback. Overall, I think the prototypes are very well designed. All guidance, what to do where, when, and how, all this is very well picked. I'm looking forward to see how this performs! However, I might have a few nitpicks. Please forgive me if I'm poking at details that are specific to the prototype and not meant to be like this in the later product.
- There is the sentence "Help make English Wikipedia better for its ~8B readers each month" at the bottom of the list of suggested edits. Not only is this corporate speech I personally do not like. It's misleading. The edits we ask these newcomers to do are not going to reach "~8B readers each month". It's not fair to suggest this.
- For some reason the cards in the "suggested edits" list do have an ✕ button in the upper right corner. I believe this is a mistake.
- I love that the cards resemble how PagePreviews already look like.
- Having an actual page view count is a superb idea. However, I wonder why you decided to use a "60 days" period? I find this surprising. In my experience it's more common to talk about 30 days periods, or a year.
- There is a little sequence of 3 "quick start tips". These panels advance automatically after (I believe) 10 seconds. I find this quite distracting. It's the largest animated element on the page, way larger than the flashing dot on the edit button. Chances are high it advances either to early or to late. I'm just trying to read the text – and get interrupted. I'm just trying to find a button to advance to the next tip – and get interrupted.
- It's not obvious the 3 little numbers are meant to be buttons. Later, there is another UI element that looks like "← 1 / 5 →". I feel this would not only fit better, it would also help reducing the number of different UI elements. There is quite a lot going on in these prototypes.
- There is one detail in the "← 1 / 5 →" UI I find distracting: When I click, the button I just clicked scrolls away along with the content, and another pair of buttons scrolls into view. Not only is this conceptually confusing. It should behave like one pair of buttons. The channel buttons on my TV's remote also don't scroll away when I switch channels. The current animation also makes it impossible to fast-forward.
- On mobile, there is a screen with the sentence "Ready? Click the edit pencil icon to start" at the very bottom. But since this is mobile, the edit UI is not visible the same time. What's visible is this icon, which also shows an "edit pencil", but can not be clicked. I guess the sentence after "Ready?" needs to be rephrase on mobile, or the icon be changed or removed.
I hope this helps.