@marcusquinn Sounds like a good idea. I'm sure we can trust the wonderful Cloudron team with design decisions (and weighing those against technical feasability).
As long as they can make this happen - nag, nag
Now that we've satisfied some basic power users' needs - mind if I get back to the original motivation (description field, login type)?
At least once a week I have to tell an app-using team member that it's not their fault and to stop blaming themselves (no, you are not "too stupid").
It would be such a blessing to help non-admins help themselves.
@nebulon Awesome improvements!
given that we haven't done any visual focus handling
Unfortunately it's a very widespread bad habit among web designers to unconsciously style only :hover states. By omitting :focus, accessibility is actively reduced. Not blaming anyone. You might want to check if your CSS files serve this finding.
The defaults are not always a good fallback. Not many people actually know that they could adjust their system (not even many among those who rely on assistive technologies). When we avoid touching the way the defaults do the styling (e. g.
outline) we can still do a lot for accessibility
when I'm only half paying attention
Important point that makes me nervous about stop/restart buttons too easily to be (mis)clicked.
Please do also have in mind that you lovely people here are power users. We should always cross-check ideas with a persona who is a non-frequent administrator.
That is one reason why I tend to find non-disruptive changes. Mapped to the (absolutely valid) requirement to reduce searching for the fuctions (stop / restart) - would it be feasible to have redundant additional links on several tabs?
[...] (I don't like the current settings icon hover either... but that's a separate topic).
Give me a little more background information on how it's built (or a link to that separate topic), maybe I can help (with expertise in UX, CSS, accessibility).
Oh my, there we've got something
So many good ideas, this community is awesome!
I love @marcusquinn's dot menu suggestion. If that is accessible for all roles we can keep the tiles largely free from clutter. If it's only for admins we should list separately what should must find a place on the tile.
As to the 2FA idea, of course we can find an icon to reflect that (I've been using fontawesome icons for the wireframe because the font is already in use - but I cannot find any suitable icon there).
Before we get to that: are there any apps that require 2FA by default? I only know of those with optional settings. Digging that deep would mean that we'd eventually have to pick the icons to display, right?
Hello power users, here's a collection of newbie users' experience feedback for the dashboard:
(Whining at a high level, they are all very happy with Cloudron)
Here's a suggestion to mitigate confusion:
Happy to help with CSS fumbling if that helps getting forward
And Please forgive me for not having digged deeply into possibly related issues. I found #1804 with a "perhaps related".
Kitchen meeting ... will you be cooking?