Hi there! I originally posted this question over in Workfront One.
Apparently I got in there after the migration deadline, so it didn't
make it over to Experience League automatically. I'm posting it here
again, but only for reference. The study is now closed. A HUGE thanks to
all who participated! ======================= Hi Everyone, I'm Jesh, a
User Experience Designer at Workfront. Much of our Workfront UI will
need to change to feel more aligned with the family of Adobe Experience
Last chance to share your thoughts about organizing Workfront's
high-level navigation items! I'll close this study and share the results
here in this thread in about 12 hours. Thanks for all those who've
participated! It really, really helps.
Hi Everyone, ideally we'd be more responses from Admins since they'd
more familiar with all the high level areas of Workfront, but honestly
anyone should be able to jump into the link and add some real value.
Make sure you use the circle "i" icons next to each "card" to read a
little more about each area of Workfront if you've not see it before.
"Hi Everyone, I'm Jesh, a User Experience Designer at Workfront, and for
this study I'm interested in having anyone in the community take a look
at this card sorting activity. It’s a way to help us in Product better
understand how we might organize information into more intuitive
categories. Think of this like having a bunch of cards in front of your
with words on them and I’m asking you to move them around into
categories that you can then name. This shouldn’t take more than 5
minutes. 10 if yo...
@Doug Den Hoed‚ Thanks for bringing this up! Yeah, this is totally
annoying and goes against basic usability. We're looking at the ticket
@Jonathan Chen‚ submitted. The correct behavior when dismissing a modal
window like this (when a user provides any kind of information) is to
prompt with a confirmation such as "Are you sure?" or disallowing the
dismissal unless an explicit "Save" or "Cancel" is used. We're working
on a fix, but that's what you should expect in these situations. @Skye