ok great!

- Icons should never be much larger than the text or labels they sit next to, images and text need to work together in harmony to create instruction and action (adjust microphone size next to Record Pronunciation)

-We aren't quite using Black as a color for 'call to action' you might want to try a blue: 
See: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Foundation_Design/Color_Usage

-Avoid indentation with license selection. 

-Interfaces must meet the squint test (when you squint at them you should be able to see the call to action and general information hierarchy. Color acts as a guide and helps users break interfaces up. In this case, Upload action should carry color. 

-Simplify your Success Message !! (Use color and iconography) and avoid bullets. Success means done, not keep on reading. This approach of having lots of copy doesn't work anymore with users (yes, even users on Wikipedia) 
We are competing for attention spans, please be aware of this. Deliver the information but work hard to stay concise.

-All modals: The title bar carries an X and it carries a upload action. You might want to remove the 'x' and go with a simple cancel which is a light link on the left of the upload. 

-You dont need an 'X' or a finish for the last modal, it should ideally auto close within a few seconds after doing its job unless there is a tech constraint here.


On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 11:50 AM, Quim Gil <qgil@wikimedia.org> wrote:
On 04/29/2013 11:41 AM, Vibha Bamba wrote:
hi Rahul,
I'll email you off list directly with feedback.

Thank you for helping!

On-list is good! Or in the talk page of his project.

This is good practice in general, and we are insisting on having all GSoC / OPW technical discussions in our community channels.

Quim Gil
Technical Contributor Coordinator @ Wikimedia Foundation

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