Feedback to Iteration 1.7 and initial design approach - nationalarchives/ds-judgments-frontend Wiki
This page lists all feedback received for Iteration 1.7
During team meeting on 12 January
- 'Home' link within breadcrumb needs disambiguating
- Ensure icons used are appropriate for the context of these judgments
Email to NW, RRJ, MB and GJ 13 January
- Closer alignment with TNA and Etna visual design is needed, picking up Etna design patterns where possible
- References to 'Court Judgments' should also include 'Tribunal Decisions' since these will also be accessed via the service
- Consider what routes are available for users to get back to search and browse from a judgment text page
- Reconsider use of icons
Feedback session 14 January
- From the research TDR have been doing with clerks, users are used to entering a neutral citation and going straight in to check whether judgment has been published. This currently happens in BAILLI.
- It might be that a lot of users will land on the judgments page/section from an external source - and then move between this system, sections of a judgment, and legislation.gov.uk as part of their research. It might be good therefore to keep the judgment name visible when scrolling down so that they are aware of which judgments they have in view at all times
- Consider looking at the basic layout of legislation, so that people don’t have to learn a new layout in this system
- Do we need to include an option to view the Welsh language version?
- Users may be searching by Judge as well as by court (it may need to be elevated from an advanced search)
- It might be possible to extend the indexed fields to accommodate what users need (beyond those that are represented in the current prototype/flow)
- Judgments from the Supreme Court will be accompanied by case summaries. The inclusion and presentation of these needs to be considered
- Is the team happy with the URI scheme that had been circulated?
- It might be that the system needs to allow for: finding the most quoted part of a judgment; search result weighting to reflect the number of external citations, and; allowing users to see all the related judgments (and legislation).
- The system might need to support the journey for users that are trying to make comparisons in their research
- We need to understand what we are going to do about Google indexing (is there a limit to what Google will index from the judgment, and what impact will that have on the user experience for users)