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From Shazron <>
Subject Re: UX redesign
Date Thu, 12 Dec 2013 23:57:49 GMT
Awesome, love Pluggy(?) the robot.

Some comments if I may:
1. Plugin Details - maintainers should be linkable, so we can go to a list
of their authored packages (like npmjs)
2. Plugin Details - not sure if we want "previous versions" here. npmjs
does this by appending the version to the url, but this is not discoverable
easily: eg -->  . Ideally we want the user to
always grab the latest, but there will be cases where they might want to
grab an older one for compatibility reasons, and they might not know how,
even through the command line
3. Plugin Details - I assume the Readme here is just pulled from the of the plugin package (like npmjs) - that will be great if so

On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 7:26 PM, Joni Rustulka <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm Joni. I work at Adobe as a UX designer on the PhoneGap team, and I
> have recently thrown some time at redesigning the
> site. I'm looking for feedback prior to
> implementation - your thoughts are appreciated.
> The main screens that have been reworked are as follows:
>   1.  Home (
> The primary goal for the site is to help users find the plugins they need.
> As such, the main focus is on search/findability.
>   2.  Search Results (
> Upon search for a plugin, the user is returned results. The user can
> filter to include only desired platforms (,
> and the results table can be sorted by number of downloads, or plugin ID.
>   3.  Plugin Details (
> The details screen intends to provide all of the necessary information on
> a plugin.
> ** From what I understand, one piece of information that may be missing
> from this screen is "Installation Instructions". This being, config.xml
> feature tags. Is this something that you guys plan to automate, or should
> we be telling plugin authors to put this information in their Read Me?
> Please advise.
> Further, we do intend to make this a responsive site - so it will be
> easily viewed on smaller screen sizes.
> Thanks for your input,
> -joni
> PS - big thanks and kudos to Yohei for putting together the pluggy robot!

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