We have three main ways to navigate the site. You can find a question you're interested in with the Explore Topics widget. You can click through from the metric widgets on the Dashboard to the Detail page. And you can select a metric directly from the View more metrics link on the Detail page. Did you find all these ways? Did they make the site come together once you discovered them? Or do you feel lost at all? That's what we're trying to avoid, we want a way for everyone to find what they need.
Topic on Talk:Wikistats 2.0 Design Project/RequestforFeedback/Round2
How does the site look and feel now that you can interact with it?
After 5-10 min of usage here is what I noted:
- Visual Design: I find some Numbers are rather big and there are many different font sizes. It is just my intuition but it might look even more tidy with decreasing the size of some huge numbers a bit and as well harmonizing some font sizes.
- When I clicked on some metric, I missed a kind of "Breadcrumb" or "Back" navigation that would take me to a previous, overview oriented view (also the Logo is not linked (yet) to lead back to the main page)
- I really like that you employ questions in that searchbox-like "explore" widget on top (instead of internal metrics jargon, which easily happens)
Thank you, all good feedback. I also want a breadcrumb kind of thing, so I'll think about how to add that.
We tweaked the numbers a bit and we're still thinking about breadcrumbs: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T178018