Perhaps of interest also to a few Maps, Mobile or Wikidata folks.
On May 28, 2016 21:37, "Rachel Farrand" <rfarrand(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
Please join for the following tech talk:
*Tech Talk**:* Integrating user behavior to design better products
*Presenter:* Pau Giner
*Date:* May 31, 2016
*Time: *19:00 UTC
*Length:* 30 minutes
Link to live YouTube stream <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLeTABdcdR4>
*IRC channel for questions/discussion:* #wikimedia-office
*Summary: *The design process helps us to find solutions that respond to
the user needs. However, this process needs to rely on actual user behavior
to make sure we are addressing the right problems with the best possible
Wikimedia projects are developed in the open and they reach millions of
users in very different contexts. This makes it challenging to integrate
the different observed behaviors, measured actions, opinions and other
forms of feedback.
After applying the design process on different Wikimedia projects, I want
to share some good practices and lessons learnt when integrating user
behavior to inform product decisions, and how you (in whichever role you
are playing) can help designers to better support this process.
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