Wi-Fi Settings: review of adaptive layout
I've been redesigning the Wi-Fi panel to fit mobile, which meant making the layout adaptive and updating much of the panel to our new patterns. You can play with the full interactive web mockup here: https://teams.pages.gitlab.gnome.org/Design/web-experiments/adaptive-settings/wifi/
The gist is that it's a reshuffling of old UI into new UI which means there's a bunch of things that need reviews. The biggest challenge has been converting the advanced network settings dialog (screenshotted below) into the new patterns and that's what needs the most review.
This dialog is now a single page with the more commonly used items and toggles exposed and all the other more advanced settings get relegated to subpages:
- some of the more technical details got merged with "Identity" became a "Details" page: https://teams.pages.gitlab.gnome.org/Design/web-experiments/adaptive-settings/wifi/network-details
- IPv4/6 get their own subpages: https://teams.pages.gitlab.gnome.org/Design/web-experiments/adaptive-settings/wifi/network-ipv4 (only did the one as they'd have the same UI)
- Network security gets a subpage: https://teams.pages.gitlab.gnome.org/Design/web-experiments/adaptive-settings/wifi/network-security
There are likely a bunch of nitty-gritty UI and layout issues regarding how to best to re-implement the editing/changing all these various settings on (see the Security page or the IP stuff) that I need more eyes on to catch. :)