Hello! It’s Bernard and Nicole here from the pip team. What’s this research about? The team is working on the improving the way that pip resolves package dependency conflicts and would like feedback from users who have projects with complex dependencies. By complex dependencies we mean projects that: have at least 10 package dependencies some […]
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How do you deal with conflicting dependencies caused by pip installs?
pip UX studies: response data
This is an ongoing analysis of the Python pip UX Study signups. These figures will change as new people sign-up for the studies. The purpose of this is to give the pip team some understanding of the kinds of participants that are taking part in our research. How long have you been using Python?Infogram Copy: […]
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Do you use Python? pip? If so, sign-up to take part in the pip UX Studies.
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DIY Mobile Usabilty Testing talk Paris Web 2016
In 2016, Belén Barros Pena & I did a talk at the great Paris Web conference about our Do-It-Yourself Mobile Usability Testing project. We’ve done it many times before. Here’s the video. The tech and the tools may be updated and it’s 3 years old but 80-90% of the reasoning, methods and approacehs are still […]
Reading list & useful things I found for 1-8 September
User Research No design without (user) research; A great talk (with video) by Belén Barros Pena given at 2019 Libre Graphics Meeting (LGM) conference in Saarbrucken. The talk was about why and how to incorporate design research practices into free software projects, but it applies to all projects. The tool we use to turn around […]
Reading list & useful things I found for 19-25 August
Accessibility We need to talk about dyslexia at work; a nice blogpost about dyslexia in the work place and how to improve support for people who live and work with dyslexia. Brexit User Research A beginners guide to getting into user research; A ma-hoosive list of resources (in the form of a Notion.so note) about […]
Reading list & useful things I found for 12-18 August
Interesting things to read The Diversity Redemption Do you write a blog? Do you have opinions about things? If so, your “honest opinion” is defined by legislation (in the UK). You are not a brand; Thank God someone finally said it. Quotes Ashley Fowler from @USABLE_tools reiterated during “Designing for extreme risks” workshop that a […]
UK Web accessibility after Brexit?
I saw a message today to a mailing list (essentially) asking – what impact does Brexit have on the accessibility of UK websites – specifically UK government (anything that ends in .gov.uk). A worrying, but understandable question. The answer came that websites will still have to comply with the: UK Equality Act Public Sector Bodies […]