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Sorry if this is a little bit meta, but I would like to pose a question about usability of this CDI wiki.


(1) What actually needs to be on the front page for maximum usability?

(2) How can collaboration area pages be (semi)-standardized in order to route people to the information they need? (find presentation, join mailing list)

(3) How do I figure out what people are actually using the wiki for?

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  1. Unknown User (chungyihou@usgs.gov)

    Great questions, Leslie!

    These questions will actually go really well with the topics that we will cover during the first meeting on Wednesday, 12/18. I will organize my presentation to address these areas and will post the discussions to the meeting notes afterward. Thanks!

    Meeting Agenda for Wednesday, 12/18:

    • Introduction to the Collaboration Area
    • Overview of Usability Concepts:
      • Definitions: Utility, Usability, Usefulness, User Interface (UI), User Experience (UX)
      • Assessing Needs & Establishing Scope
      • Structuring Information
      • Creating Content and Features
      • Testing & Validating User Feedback
    • Application of Usability Concepts to CDI wiki:
      • What actually needs to be on the front page for maximum usability?

      • How can collaboration area pages be (semi)-standardized in order to route people to the information they need? (find presentation, join mailing list)

      • How do I figure out what people are actually using the wiki for?