Update: we’ve now crated a wiki page overview for this workshop!
This week, the MoodleNet team were in London to work with Outlandish for a workshop on front-end development. Doug Belshaw (MoodleNet Lead) and Mayel de Borniol (Technical Architect) worked with Kayleigh Walsh (project manager), Sam Gluck (developer), and Rob Cornish (designer) on various aspects of how MoodleNet is going to work, look, and feel.
Given that we went into the workshop with a number of assumptions, it was useful to get these out onto the table. Doing so in an open way allowed us to challenge these assumptions in productive ways, leading to some useful decisions.
Everything from the three-day workshop can be found on our GitLab issues board, the highlights of which are perhaps:
- Build on UX milestones 1 & 2
- List intentions of MoodleNet users (verb-based)
- Agree on front-end toolkit and make decisions on components
- A list of smaller decisions made during front-end workshop with Outlandish
We’re planning to continue working with Outlandish around front-end development as we lead up to the beta release, scheduled for January 2019. This will lead to a couple of new front-end development milestones, which we’re currently thrashing out.
Excitingly, next week we’ll be welcoming a new member of our team. More on that soon!