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3 -This space is dedicated to all the people working on improving XWiki's User Experience
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5 -1.1 Personas
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7 -[According to Wikipedia>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persona_%28marketing%29], personas are "fictitious characters created to represent the different user types within a targeted demographic that might use a site or product." They're useful to define use cases. Here are a couple personas that are worth keeping in mind when developing XWiki.
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9 -* [Introducting 6 types of XWiki users>Design.6TypesOfXWikiUsers]
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12 -1.1 Easy XWiki
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14 -In July of 2009, many members from the XWiki Open-Source community met to talk about the product. One of the sessions they ran was "Easy XWiki", a session deicated to find out what could be improved to make the first 30 minutes of XWiki use more pleasant. Here is the summary of their findings.
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This space is dedicated to all the people working on improving XWiki's User Experience

Personas

According to Wikipedia, personas are "fictitious characters created to represent the different user types within a targeted demographic that might use a site or product." They're useful to define use cases. Here are a couple personas that are worth keeping in mind when developing XWiki.

Easy XWiki

In July of 2009, many members from the XWiki Open-Source community met to talk about the product. One of the sessions they ran was "Easy XWiki", a session deicated to find out what could be improved to make the first 30 minutes of XWiki use more pleasant. Here is the summary of their findings.

Easy XWiki

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