Wireframes for community.torproject.org subpages
= Objective =
Design how to lay out the content for dev.torproject.org's subpages:
- community.torproject.org/volunteer: a page that encourages volunteers, tells what it's like, and houses the community council, and behavioral guidelines materials.
- community.torproject.org/outreach: a page hosting all images, videos, audio, request for pamphlets, worksheets, papers, tutorials, etc. related to community. I think a way to organize all of this would be the main challenge.
- community.torproject.org/help: To be completely honest with you, I don't know how I feel about a call for help page because it has to constantly be maintained. Plus, I think that the better thing to do is to just get in contact with the community team lead right away and they can just inform the people of what needs to be done. So instead of listing a bunch of tasks, let's design something that gets the user to get in contact with the community team lead in the least frictionless way.
= Definitions =
- wireframes are rough sketches that illustrate the general idea of the design. A wireframe lets you talk about content placement and layout while abstracting finer details such as font, color, styling, and other considerations.
Antonela will independently sketch her best first design of the sub pages, according to previous sitemapping and content organization work. Linda will then review her design, make comments, and Antonela will iterate once before counting it done for this ticket. But this will just result in the initial designs, and these designs will be iterated on some more with feedback from stakeholders.
_Linda will place wireframes here once the task is complete. _