The New Mobile Deviation PageThe deviation page on the mobile website has just gotten a huge uplift!The New Mobile Deviation Page by wreckling
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In uplifting the mobile deviation page, we re-evaluated what the most important functions and information on the deviation page were, and altered the page to present them in the most easily accessible way. From there, the deviation page was given a visual refresh for ease, clarity, and simplicity.
Features that were previously hidden and accessed by a "More" button can now be accessed without any page shifting, allowing the art to be the focus, and making for a seamless, user-friendly experience. More From This Artist becomes much more visible as well, encouraging viewers to tap through to see more of your art, and Featured Groups and other features are just a tap away.
In addition, a tab has been added so that viewers can easily watch or contact an artist from the deviation page, making it easier than ever to interact in the midst of your browsing experience.
Google Analytics Events ProposalI've suggested some improvements to the beta test of Google Analytics on Deviantart, however, because of the length of the comment, plus the inclusion of code and addresses, the comment won't post on the bug report), so I'm having to put it here. Bare with me guys!Google Analytics Events Proposal by TheModerator
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Because GA will automatically get information on the page when the event is sent (such as title, domain, referrals and URI), I think the most benefit would come from attaching the GA event code (_trackEvent(category, action, opt_label, opt_value, opt_noninteraction)) directly to the button's class (regardless of page). Doing so will cause a parametricity between the (sub)site's actual arrangement, and the collected data, as it will be automatically sorted by GA and allow artists to map the most effective routes that viewers take before doing each action.
If the appropriate GA calls are made