We’re a week into the initial testing of MoodleNet and are already getting some fantastic feedback from testers!
While there’s a long way still to go before we can open registrations, things are really starting to come together in terms of the user interface (UI) for MoodleNet.
The above screenshot was taken today. Even in this very initial version, the feedback we have had from testers has been mostly positive. Our anonymous survey to ask for their first impressions included responses such as “nice interface”, “attractive” and “clean and clear”.
Our designer and front end developer, Ivan Minutillo, isn’t content to rest on his laurels, however. The above screenshot is taken from our staging server and shows an iteration of the UI that we will make available to users over the next few days.
As you can see, there are many improvements, including:
- Image width
- Placement of ‘Create a community’ button
- ‘Overview’ tab in communities
- Indication of community members
- Dark sidebar
- Use of gravatars
Ivan hasn’t stopped there, either, though! Although the above mockup isn’t coded yet, this is the direction we are currently thinking of heading with MoodleNet. As you can see, the sidebar now includes ‘MoodleNet’ at the top, there is search functionality (which we will be doing across federated instances) and the whole experience feels much more refined.
Whether or not you’re part of the initial testing process, we’d love your feedback on this! Do you like what you see?