Final internship report

Today is my last day as an Outreachy intern for GNOME. My mentor, Jim Hall, encouraged me to write some topics about the work I developed during the internship and I will add some more that may be useful for readers who may want to apply on next rounds. How many usability tests did I … Continue reading Final internship report

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Round#3: Test Results

For the last round of tests, I tested GNOME's Text Editor (gedit) design. As I already tested gedit once (you can see the first test plan and results here), I used the same test plan with two additional tasks. You can also check the test plan for this round on this post. User Profile Tasks … Continue reading Round#3: Test Results

Round#2: Test Plan

For this round, Allan Day required me to test some applications, specifically menus. In that way, we chose two applications to test: Files (static application window)Notes (windows with in-window navigation) Allan told me some desirable functionalities to be tested, and with that, I built some tasks and scenarios. For files, I could use some of … Continue reading Round#2: Test Plan

Round#1: Test Results

For the first round of tests, I tested a new GNOME Sound Settings design. The tasks to be tested were: Changing the volume of an applicationMuting an applicationChanging the output deviceChanging balanceChanging the alert soundFinding the documentation for the sound settings You can check the whole test plan here. GNOME 3.22.2 Sound Settings New Sound … Continue reading Round#1: Test Results

Round#1: Test plan

In the first round of tests, I will be testing a new design for the sound settings with 7 volunteers. The tasks to be tested are: Changing the volume of an applicationMuting an applicationChanging the output deviceChanging balanceChanging the alert soundFinding the documentation for the sound settings Preparation The settings application opened on the "Sound" … Continue reading Round#1: Test plan