The User Experience WG is tasked to create and promote UX resources that ease, simplify and accelerate development of products based on (or part of) the Dronecode platform. UX Resources might include:
The group remit currently includes looking at: User Interface and User Research.
Lead: Beatriz Palmeiro (Intel), Fabricio Novak (Intel)
Contact: Site feedback or email: beatriz.palmeiro at intel dot com
Meetings are Monthly, every 26 at 9am (Pacific Time)
If you're interested in attending, then please email us to confirm that meeting is being held and get details (beatriz dot palmeiro at intel dot com).
- 58 responses, 7 members - Brazil, US, Switzerland - 1 to 3 years of experience - Mostly are part of a company (11-50 employees) - Surveillance and agriculture - Mostly flights are autonomous
The survey will be accepting responses until de end of the month.
We agreed to change the meetings frequency. It will be monthly. Every month on 26, 9 am (Pacific time). The contributions will continue to happen offline through Google Drive comments and slack channel. Updates will be posted on the wiki also.
The User Experience WG is designed to provide a responsive and timely element in DroneCode for gathering and considering new user centric design resources that is not coupled to an overall development cycle. The UXWG will cooperate closely with the Documentation WG.
The group remit currently includes looking at:
User Research Research reports can not only help the community to identify and fix problems, but also influence the development of new features and stimulating activities around the creation of new use cases. These reports will grant developers the end user point of view, leading initiatives to focus on features that can turn DroneCode applications into complete solutions for different customers.
User interface A collaborative UI collection that combines user feedback with DroneCode projects needs and interests to facilitate and accelerate the drones solution development. With a set of UI components, the overall experience of the entire platform can be transformed, granting consistency between UI elements and patterns of interaction, turning Dronecode based applications into a competitive choice.
Submission of material to the working group is via different templates that provide a common baseline for all submissions. A submitter may provide additional background and analysis with a submission. The UXWG will keep records of submitted material and their disposition. The WG maintains this archive in a manner that makes it readily accessible to the DC membership. The UXWG will apply the acceptance criteria necessary for a submission to be considered.
To be defined
How can we measure the success/necessity of the WG? Suggestions are welcome, some ideas below:
UXWG also expect to impact these DC KPIs:
The UXWG invite all members to vote into some proposals that could might be a common interest: