Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of doc/TorLauncherUX2016


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    33= Overview =
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     5!! Some sections of the wiki still not completed. Linda says sorry. :(
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    57'''Timeline'''\\
     
    4244
    4345=== Methodology ===
     46TODO
     47
    4448=== Experimental Setup ===
     49TODO
     50
    4551=== Instrumentation ===
     52TODO
     53
    4654=== Results  ===
     55TODO
    4756
    4857
     
    5160=== Clickable Prototypes ===
    5261
    53 Note: these clickable prototypes are rough, so there may be some missing features (i.e. if you click "help," nothing happens and there is no help window, but that's because we don't plan on changing that, nor did we take the time to re-draft it up). Additionally, there is only one version of each window in the prototype, so the state may seem inconsistent (i.e. in Iteration 4, no matter what bridge you choose, you end up choosing the same one). These were mainly to demonstrate the design changes that we want to make to the interface, so please bear with us! It is quite cool that you can click through the prototypes and explore the paths yourselves.
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    55 Tip: Marvel, the site where our clickable prototypes are hosted, will act as a prototype. You can explore the paths manually to iterate through all the windows, but if you want to see all the windows at once and navigate to any window, you can click this icon at the top right corner. It will then display a grid of each window of the prototype. Unfortunately, I can't find a way to display all windows at once bigger than the grid appears. But clicking on a window's thumbnail will navigate you directly to that window, without you having to traverse through the interface path yourself.
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    57 [[Image(marvel-navi-tip.png)]]
     62You can see the design decisions that we made from the results of our qualitative user experience research. We based each change on concrete events, trends observed, interview dialogue, etc.
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    5964* Iteration 1: https://marvelapp.com/9620ef
     
    6469* Iteration 5: stay tuned. :)
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     71Note: these clickable prototypes are rough, so there may be some missing features (i.e. if you click "help," nothing happens and there is no help window, but that's because we don't plan on changing that, nor did we take the time to re-draft it up). Additionally, there is only one version of each window in the prototype, so the state may seem inconsistent (i.e. in Iteration 4, no matter what bridge you choose, you end up choosing the same one). These were mainly to demonstrate the design changes that we want to make to the interface, so please bear with us! It is quite cool that you can click through the prototypes and explore the paths yourselves.
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     73Tip: Marvel, the site where our clickable prototypes are hosted, will act as a prototype. You can explore the paths manually to iterate through all the windows, but if you want to see all the windows at once and navigate to any window, you can click this icon at the top right corner. It will then display a grid of each window of the prototype. Unfortunately, I can't find a way to display all windows at once bigger than the grid appears. But clicking on a window's thumbnail will navigate you directly to that window, without you having to traverse through the interface path yourself.
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     75[[Image(marvel-navi-tip.png)]][[BR]]
     76''This is our first iteration of the prototype: just a lo-fi sketch to get out the ideas.''
     77
    6678=== Changes from Iteration 1 -> Iteration 2 ===
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     80TODO
    6781
    6882=== Changes from Iteration 2 -> Iteration 3  ===
    6983
     84TODO
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    7086=== Changes from Iteration 3 -> Iteration 4  ===
     87
     88TODO
    7189
    7290=== Changes from Iteration 4 -> Iteration 5  ===
     
    7694We believed that sanity-checking our design before large-scale testing would be wise, since it is time-wise and financially costly to run such an experiment. During this focus group, the researchers worked out little kinks in the design, discussed alternatives and made a collective decisions to implement or not implement possible changes, and polished the design to look more aesthetically pleasing. Yay! Here are the changes that will be made from Iteration 4 to Iteration 5: 
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    78 1. Auto-proxy detection: 
    79 2. Smarter redirections:
    80 3. Proxy configuration before Bridge configuration:
    81 4. Eliminating enumeration:
    82 5. Visual guidance:
    83 6. Updated text:
    84 7. Finalized windows:
     961. Auto-proxy detection:  TODO
     972. Smarter redirections: TODO
     983. Proxy configuration before Bridge configuration: TODO
     994. Eliminating enumeration: TODO
     1005. Visual guidance: TODO
     1016. Updated text: TODO
     1027. Finalized windows: TODO
    85103
    86104(If you want to know more about specific design decision which seemed like good ideas, but we decided against implementing them for various reasons, you can look in the discussion section of this wiki.)
     
    92110
    93111=== Methodology ===
     112TODO
     113
    94114=== Experimental Setup ===
     115TODO
     116
    95117=== Instrumentation ===
     118TODO
     119
    96120=== Results  ===
     121TODO
    97122
    98123= Discussion =
    99 * Q1
    100 * Q2
    101 * Q3
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     125=== "Are there consequences of automating your configuration?" ===
     126 TODO
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     128=== "Do you know which bridge to choose?"===
     129TODO
     130
     131=== Necessity of a Proxy Screen ===
     132TODO
     133
     134=== A more enticing "Help" button ===
     135TODO
     136
     137=== Miscellaneous Considerations ===
     138TODO
    102139
    103140= Impact to Tor's Launcher =
    104 - #11773
     141* #11773 : setup wizard UI flow improvements