[Phpmyadmin-devel] Main page reorganization
leelorik at gmail.com
Sat May 15 00:55:06 CEST 2010
Regarding the log out button, I removed it because there is already one in
the sidebar and I didn't see what advantage there was to also having it on
I have two updated screenshots:
http://lorilee1.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/main_page_no_icons.png This one
is basically the same as the previous one but also includes the list of
servers, if there are more than one.
http://lorilee1.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/main_page_icons.png This one is
the same as above but still has the old icons on the left hand side. I also
added two icons for Background color and Font size (I just found them on
Google Images but they will probably have to be remade if we decide to use
them). I think it looks odd, though, that Name does not have an icon and I
can't think of an appropriate one.
I placed Change password in the settings because that is where it is
typically found in applications.
Whichever tab is most often used would make the most sense to have as the
default page. I am guessing this is the Databases tab but I may be wrong.
On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 5:28 PM, Marc Delisle <marc at infomarc.info> wrote:
> Lori Lee a écrit :
> > Hello everyone,
> > I have created a prototype of a proposed redesign of the main page:
> > http://lorilee1.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/index_page_new.png. I feel
> > that this is a more logical organization of the information and makes it
> > easier to scan. I made the bullets all identical (in the screenshot they
> > look like they are different sizes but they are not supposed to be)
> > because in the current version, some bullets are an icon that is
> > meaningful to that bullet item (ex. Change password), while others
> > simply have a triangle (ex. Custom color) -- which, by the way, looks
> > misleadingly clickable. This makes it seem like these two categories of
> > bullets mean different things, when they actually do not.
> > Another feature that may be useful is allowing each group of items to be
> > collapsed and expanded and keeping that state for future sessions.
> > Please let me know what you think of these suggestions.
> It's a good cleanup.
> It's true that triangles were misleading, but no more little icons next
> to some of the choices?
> Also, in the actual "Actions" section, there are also
> - server dialog, in case multiple servers are defined
> - Log out link
> Where would you put these?
> I'm not sure about putting "Change password" in Settings.
> Also, someone on a discussion list was saying that this whole Home panel
> should not appear by default as it's not commonly used. However I wonder
> what should be there instead (this is configured in
> Marc Delisle
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