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Indicate next to a user's name on the site if they've classified requests #3439

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crowbot opened this issue Aug 5, 2016 · 12 comments

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commented Aug 5, 2016

With a badge or some other sign of recognition

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commented Nov 22, 2016

Plan for this sprint is to get a design so that we're ready to go when we have dev time for it. Might even be easy enough to do now. I'd try the following:

<% if @user.request_classifications.any? %><% end %>

No big deal if we can't get the code done with the design though.

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commented Nov 23, 2016

I did some early thinking about this back in the summer, this was on the profile page

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commented Nov 24, 2016

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commented Nov 24, 2016

After thinking about it for a while I've come up with the following:

We show an icon (TBD) next to the user's name wherever it appears, when you click/hover/tap you get a little label with a link to more.

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commented Nov 24, 2016

Valued contributor

Do we not value all contributors? (I know this is just suggested wording, but we should consider how not having an icon appears to those users)

I think we should be linking through to the request classification game too.

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commented Nov 24, 2016

I think we should be linking through to the request classification game too.

Yeah I think that's where the bubble will link to

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commented Nov 25, 2016

I think I like the heart and the medal the best as they have the clearest connotation to me that the user has done something for the community, rather than being a personal award/reward. I wonder about the heart being too confusible with an 'I like this' widget, though.

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commented Nov 25, 2016

I think I like the heart and the medal the best as they have the clearest connotation to me that the user has done something for the community, rather than being a personal award/reward. I wonder about the heart being too confusible with an 'I like this' widget, though.

+1 to both points

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commented Nov 25, 2016

Yep, that's fine.

Can I make one argument for the diamond as a representation of quality - might be too abstract

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commented Nov 25, 2016

Yeah, I'm not against the diamond - although to me it has cross-associations of bling, stuff you collect in games etc. It's also a bit less clear to me at the smaller size. I think what we want to present here is that this is a person who has done something for the community by classifying requests - giving them a medal seems the most spot-on metaphor of these four for that. I could see us using the diamond for 'quality of requests' somehow, but I don't think it's quite right here.

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commented Nov 30, 2016

Fly-by designer comment – I wonder about boiling it down to just a star? Like "You’re a star!" – star next to someone's name suggests they are special, and is super recognisable even at very small sizes.

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commented Dec 1, 2016

Fly-by designer comment – I wonder about boiling it down to just a star? Like "You’re a star!" – star next to someone's name suggests they are special, and is super recognisable even at very small sizes.

We talked about stars, but it felt a bit close to 'favourite' or 'bookmark' type actions from social media

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