Movement Strategy/Initiatives/Community engagement around product design and UX
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Community engagement around product design and UX
Improving the User Experience of the Wikimedia platform should be based on community engagement around the user experience design. This means that communities should be informed about the current state of user experience, for example: through a specific platform or newsletter. Communities should also be invited to take part in improving the user experience, for example: by taking the responsibility of developing certain user experience features.
Community engagement around product design and UX:
- Inform communities about the state of UX, collaborate on needs, and support them in taking responsibility to be more inclusive by addressing barriers that prevent growth, diversification, and participation.
Apply for a Movement Strategy implementation grant to create a project that advances this initiative.
If you need help in getting involved, please don't hesitate to get in touch directly with members of the Movement Strategy and Governance Team. They are here to help!
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|Initiative||Project||Stakeholder type||Project lead||Geography of the project||Implementation Phase|
|10. Community engagement around product design and UX||Growth features||WMF|
|10. Community engagement around product design and UX||Design Research||WMF|
|10. Community engagement around product design and UX||Peer Support Networks within the Wikimedia Movement||WMF|
Related documents and discussions
Some of the past discussions, texts and old versions of Movement Strategy recommendations that can provide further context to this initiative:
- Diversity recommendation #1: Introducing people-centered principles within the Wikimedia movement
- Diversity recommendation #2: Reaching a self-aware and dynamic structure aimed at community diversity and health
- Diversity recommendation #3: Redesigning the platforms for more diversity of people and content experiences
- Initiative discussion on Meta (2020)
- Research:Scheduling Service Request for Improving User Experience and Balancing Resource Consumption (2018)