At what point is the work on the UX of the Django website

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Thanks for sharing @pauloxnet! There are two points from the article Iā€™d love to hear more about.

From Phase 1:

In the first phase of work, an analysis of the site and an accessibility check were carried out

From Phase 2:

Over 500 people responded to the survey, which was presented during conferences and community communication channels.

This analysis report and the survey sound like quite cool deliverables. Are those things you shared with the DSF, or intend to share publicly?

Good to know, thanks for sharing.

Hi @ thibaudcolas, thanks for the feedback.

This analysis report and the survey sound like quite cool deliverables. Are those things you shared with the DSF, or intend to share publicly?

At the end of each of the phases of the analysis we carried out, as described in the article, we sent a report to the DSF and received feedback to proceed with the next phase.

The interview phase, the last one, which is still ongoing will end in 2023 and at the beginning of 2024 we will send the final report then it will be up to the DSF, with the possible help of the website working group, to understand what to do based on our analysis.

Of course, we would be happy if the DSF wants to publish the reports we already sent to it over this year.

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Thanks @pauloxnet! Onwards :slight_smile:

For future reference ā€“ 20tab case study: A new UX for the Django website, and direct link to djangoproject.com - User Research Report (PDF).