Here is a 2min video that showcases some of my thesis project. (redesign of wikipedia). This is a composite video, so most of it is fake, but it was a good way to show what a user might go through when using it, and how I feel I was able to engage users more, and get them to contribute and a micro level.
The video currently does not have audio. It really needs it, and it will soon have it. I just need to record it.
Awhile back I was talking about how, everything on Wikipedia being built and confirmed around peer-review and editing, the oldest content (having the most review) has the highest probability of being correct, and the newest content (little review) has the highest probability of being incorrect or even spam. Then a few posts ago, I used this idea to show how it could be used to the benefit of the users. But what might it look like if we took this to the extreme and color coded all the content based on its age?