A user interface design pattern library for Drupal

“…Surgical teams that follow a basic checklist in the operating room, from discussing expected blood loss to confirming the patient's name, reduced the rate of deaths and complications by more than a third.” (source)

Drupal module development will hopefully not cost human lives one way or the other. But when building your module's UI the same principle is at work. It's all too easy to skip the basics, and go straight for the more complex parts of the problem. That’s the interesting part after all.

Towards a more better managable modules page

The modules page is a typical example of a long list that gets hard to manage pretty quick. The categorization is not ideal, with big modules providing their own category and a quickly growing 'misc' section.

How we can reorganize Drupal admin items within the D7UX framework

Talking for two days straight during Utrecht Ux sprint ruined my voice, but it did accomplish an important thing: Somewhere on Sunday morning, Dries, Mark, Leisa, Bojhan and me finally got to a point that we knew and understood that we w

Utrecht UX Sprint, recap of day 1

Everybody seemed to have read and understood most of the briefing email and sprint website because there we were, 20+ Drupal peeps showing up at the lovely OneShoe office, on time.

27/28 June: Drupal 7 UX design and code sprint in Utrecht, The Netherlands

Design proposals for D7UX project are starting to show up as code in the issue queue for Drupal core. Actual implementation has started.

Notes on the D7UX Sunday Structure Summit

Harmonicas for flooded state screens

Hi, my name is Roy Scholten

I am an artist, interaction designer and Drupal UX expert.

Contact me on roy@yoroy.com.

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