[Openstack-operators] Horizon Usability Testing -- Participants Needed

Scott Devoid devoid at anl.gov
Wed Feb 26 18:29:53 UTC 2014

I submitted a survey response; hopefully you will find my answers useful,
but if you need more detail please ask. The survey seems to be directed at
forming profiles of "typical" users. Aren't these profiles already
addressed by the general User Survey? I was expecting to see direct UX / UI
questions relating to Horizon or the CLI. Are there plans to do these in
the future?

As an operator, I have several personal and secondhand stories of UX
issues. I would be happy to share those with the UX team in a constructive
and productive way. I welcome any suggestions on the best way to provide
that feedback.

~ Scott

On Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 3:36 PM, Ju Lim <julim at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi there!  We're looking for a few people to participate in a usability
> study to help improve the overall user experience for OpenStack Horizon.
> It’s important to note that the results from the study will be shared with
> the community.
> You're not required to be familiar with the OpenStack project or Horizon
> to participate in the study. In fact, we prefer to have a few people that
> have never used Horizon, but are familiar with the basic concepts related
> to managing a cloud.
> The survey should take no more than a few minutes to complete and intended
> to identify people who meet the screener criteria for the study.
> https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/R8QZ2RB
> Please feel free to forward this email to anyone whom you think can help
> provide some good insights into improving OpenStack Horizon.
> Thank you,
> OpenStack UX Team
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