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Re: homepage design

From: Rob^_^ <iecustomizer@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2014 14:59:35 +1100
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Hi Jen, my thoughts for more User Profiles and Calls to Action.

User Profile                                                Call to Action

Educator                                                    Downloadable PDF/XPS document of links or suggested coarse outline

All                                                              Pinned Sites and iOS Start menu meta data, Twitter and FB microdata meta... 
                                                                    Social Share Button, Add to Start menu button.
                                                                 Download the App button for Android, iOS and windows mobile devices.

                                                                Subscribe button. Add Search Provider button.

From: Jen Simmons 
Sent: Tuesday, January 07, 2014 6:15 AM
To: Julee AtAdobe ; Douglas Schepers ; List WebPlatform public 
Subject: homepage design

Hello everyone,

I hope your holiday break was a good one. 

I started thinking about a new homepage design for WebPlatform.org. I thought I'd start by opening a discussion about who will be landing on the homepage and what it is they want to do.

I'm attaching a pdf describing what I'm thinking so far. I'd love to hear more suggestions about users, use cases, and the content that's needed to address those use cases. I started an ether pad where everyone can add more ideas & suggest priorities. https://etherpad.mozilla.org/duBxaKiUXE I like editing on a shared document more than sending around lots of pdfs, but feel free to respond with ideas in email as well, of course. 

So what do you think?

Jen


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