User:Melamrawy (WMF)/UI/UX hub
Wikipedia is beautiful, and while looking fancy is not one of the main assets of any encyclopedia, emphasizing the strength of Wikipedia through clever UI/UX decisions is an asset. This page is a space for community designers, WMF designers, other Wikipedia enthusiast designers and data analytics to gather thoughts around moving forward with UI/UX needed changes, if any.
What do we discuss here?
- Interface issues
- Media display
- Content representation
- Data representation
- Templates (e.g. infoboxes) or anything that has a graphical aspect
What do we don't discuss here?
- Design theories, and recreating reasoning for web best practices
What does data tell us?
- [Example] The lead section of the article (the first screen, no scrolling) is the most viewed section on mobile web
- [Example] Hamburger icon click through rates are low
- [Example] Media click through is low on both desktop and mobile web
What can we change?
- Do we need to drive further engagement through the lead section?
- Can we better represent our media?
- Do we need to change our icons?