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How to Submit Feedback on the Site Design

Last post Mon, Jan 14 2008 8:42 PM by DavidSilverlight. 0 replies.
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    How to Submit Feedback on the Site Design

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    You will notice that I have created forums for each area in the proposed new design. There is no discussion on look and feel at this point, just features. 

    To offer suggestions and feedback that are general you can post them in the titled General Comments and Questions forum.  To offer suggestions for specific areas of the new site, you can post them in one of the discussions displayed below.  You will see a general post at the top of each forum that can be used as a starting point for discussion.  Your feedback is greatly appreciated, both positive and negative, so please let me know what you like, dislike, would suggest, remove, etc.

    Portfolio - This section of the new site will focus on one of the most important goals of Community Credit, to display your contributions to the development community via a very professional and current portfolio. The kind of portfolion that can really show off your contributions when you are displaying your MVP credentials, meeting with a new client or any place where you have to show off your contributions.

    Rewarding Contributions/Prizes - This area of the site will involve the functionality of the site focused on the rewards/prizes

    Affiliates - This section aims to better organize all of the tools and techniques used in becoming an community credit affiliate. Promoting existing affiliates and their users activities is also a very high priority.

    Community - This area will focus on Forums, Blogs, Promotion of user accomplishments and events.

    Fun and Games  - Is life just a matter of Fun and Games? We believe it is and this section will focus on the more offbeat aspect of techie life.

    Global Changes and feedback - This section will discuss global changes that need to be made to the site. These include ways to improve performance, UI and Navigation and anything else relating to the overall site.

    Main Page - This forum will discuss the type of content that you would like to see on the main page of the site. Part of the plans for the new site involve making the main page more dynamic and to be able to better promote site content at a glance.

    Mentoring - Creating a set of tools to help set a "mentoring roadmap" to help people in the development community to mentor others, but define a path for people to follow to become mentors themselves. A focus of this section will also be to help quantify mentoring activities

    Tools - This section will aim to organize all of the existing tools to simplify the submission of activities as well as to integrate the Community Credit Web Services within virtually any type of website or technology

    Kindest regards,
      David Silverlight

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