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Re: [PatternFly] [Patternfly] Landing Page Content View Contribution



Thanks Serena! Just found that out. 

Joe

On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 5:07 PM, Serena Doyle <sdoyle redhat com> wrote:
Dana did this for ManageIQ ui-components repo - he should be able to share it!

On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 3:15 PM, Joe Sniezek <jsniezek redhat com> wrote:
Hey Colleen and/or Jenny,

Do you all have some HTML/CSS for this Switcher?
Let me know!

Thanks,
Joe

On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 10:25 AM, Joe Sniezek <jsniezek redhat com> wrote:
@Colleen @Jeremy regarding terminology for this feature, I think Launcher is nice if it opens it in a new browser tab, and Switcher is good otherwise.

Joe

On Mon, Jan 9, 2017 at 10:14 PM, Jeremy Perry <jeperry redhat com> wrote:
I vote for 'App Launcher/Switcher' or maybe just 'Launcher.' 'Context switcher' is super generic (any link is a context switcher!)

On Mon, Jan 9, 2017 at 3:45 PM, Colleen Hart <chart redhat com> wrote:
Hi Patternfly Team,

I'm following up on the landing page discussion Jenny started last week! We are trying to determine what this pattern should ultimately be called and wanted to get additional feedback on the options proposed. Keep in mind this pattern would include the landing page home that Jenny shared previously, as well as the selector icon and menu that can be accessed from the masthead (see attached).

What does the group think of either "Context Switcher" or "Application Launcher." Or do you have an alternative suggestion?  

Thanks! 
Colleen


On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 2:11 PM, Jenny Haines <jhaines redhat com> wrote:
Thank you everyone! These are very helpful in pointing out the kinds of content that could be included in such a page. I'll make sure to create variations accounting for different amounts of landing page content, and use these examples as references.


On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 1:37 PM, Matt Carrano <mcarrano redhat com> wrote:
For Storage we've done a similar empty state page with one action to create an initial storage cluster. https://redhat.invisionapp.com/share/6T900V2ZX

 I think the preferred approach may be dependent on whether there are multiple actions the user can take and whether this is for first use only or something that's more like a home page for the app that is displayed each time the user logs in.

Matt

On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 1:20 PM, Catherine Robson <crobson redhat com> wrote:
Jenny,

Looks great!  For iPaaS we plan to use an empty state pattern with some additional content below that we can pre-fill [1] on the dashboard when the user first comes to it.  In future versions we also plan to add a first-time-use walkthrough [2].


- Catherine

On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 12:54 PM, Jonathan Yu <jawnsy redhat com> wrote:
Jenny,

This looks sweet!

OpenShift uses the "empty state" pattern as a sort of landing page if you log into an account without any projects:



I guess this is because everything in OpenShift revolves around projects, but your landing page pattern makes a lot of sense if there are multiple possible ways to get started.

Cheers,

Jonathan

On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 9:50 AM, Jenny Haines <jhaines redhat com> wrote:
Hi Patternfly Team-

I'm working on creating a content view of an application landing page. I'm thinking that this would act as a gateway/portal between login and application functionality when the application has a limited number of major functions. (See the CFME landing page attachment for an example.) A landing page is also important for showcasing links to helpful materials, including tutorials.

Does anyone have additional examples of landing pages used for RH products? I'd love to see any examples, and read any suggestions you might have.

Thanks!

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