How *Not* To Get Noticed – Usability Analysis of WordPress – Slides

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  1. whitecranes

    Cute, but the way widgets work now is a disaster. It used to be that if you wanted to move a text widget from one sidebar to another, not problem. You just dragged it from one to another. You could even drag it off and store it for use later.

    Now if you remove a text widget from one sidebar, you lose all the contents. To move it, you have to copy and save the text (usually javascript or something that you don’t want to have to recreate), save, change sidebar views, create a new text widget, and paste it in.

    All of that takes many more clicks and saves, and much more time, than in the past. In short, it’s a pain. Not *ever* transparent.

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October 28, 2008

Liz Danzico‘s slides from her WordCamp SF 2007 presentation on the usability testing of WordPress prior to 2.7

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