Proof of concept for #WxT video tutorials

Here’s a proof of concept for a new set of video tutorials on to help people start using the Web Experience Toolkit. Post a comment below with suggestions or ideas on how to improve or make it better. Here’s Thomas’ cheat sheet referenced in the video.

This one is intended as an intro to the Toolkit’s space on GitHub – a brief overview of what’s available such as the code repositories, issues and wiki. We could have others that go into more depth about…anything really. What do we need?

Not sure what I’m going to do with them…where / how should I post to ensure they are accessible? findable?

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As a Business Analyst working for the Canadian federal government in Web usability, I have the opportunity to be a part of a growing movement of professionals implementing user-centered design principles.
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2 Responses to Proof of concept for #WxT video tutorials

  1. nschonni says:

    - Don’t recommend forking the compiled files, it’s not useful for contributing back or keeping their files up to date. Suggest the releases page https://github.com/wet-boew/wet-boew/releases for downloads
    – Encourage others to add their own variants? Ruby, COBOL, etc …
    – use a stock browser without a theme for demoing
    – Point to the contributing guidelines

  2. Laura says:

    Thanks Nick! Great suggestions. Will update the script and re-cut.

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