FOLIO designers can engage with the project through a variety of communication channels:
- The FOLIO software development site is available at dev.folio.org.
- FOLIO uses discuss.folio.org for asynchronous messaging. The Discuss site is a web forum with categories, topics, and posts. Use Discuss for asking questions and recording discussions that require more than a few sentences.
- FOLIO uses wiki.folio.org to store documents with some permanence. FOLIO Special Interest Groups (SIGs), which are dedicated to specific functional areas or interests within FOLIO, have a space on the wiki. Join the SIG meeting that is appropriate to the area where you are working:
Sign up for SIG mailing lists so you get all the emails sent to the group(s): https://ole-lists.openlibraryfoundation.org/
- FOLIO Slack channels for real-time chat are available at folio-project.slack.com. Designers may request to join the FOLIO Slack channels here. Use Slack for quick introduction or follow-up to new ideas and fun banter between colleagues. Suggested channels: #general, #design-system, #stripes, #support
- FOLIO Stripes Components for building blocks of the FOLIO UI (note this is not the Stripes Atlassian tool)
- View long-term UX prototypes (not intended for version 1 functionality)
Contact Filip Jakobsen to become a designer at Proto.io
This account lets you view and edit prototypes created with Proto.io by your collaborators. You can also review, add comments and collaborate with colleagues, customers or anyone else.
- FOLIO UX Designs on Dropbox (work in progress mock-ups)
- Accessibility Resources: https://wiki.folio.org/display/A11Y/Resources
- Who to contact?
UX/UI Overview, Proto.io: Filip Jakobsen
Stripes and links to builds: John Coburn
Product Owner/SIG questions: Cate Boerema
Usability Testing: Khalilah Gambrell
Resource Access and User Management: Kimie Kester
Metadata Management: Charlotte Whitt
Acquisitions: Kevin Horek
e-Holdings: Jeffrey Cherewaty
Let’s start designing.
The FOLIO Team