OpenOffice.org User Experience
UX Wiki Refresh - May 2012
This wiki has been an extremely valuable source of design insight and guidance for the OpenOffice products. Recently, the effort has stalled, and as a result some of the wiki content is now outdated.
The AOO UX team is looking to refresh this wiki and reinvigorate the UX community. The first step is to refresh this wiki, as it serves as the single, trusted source for our collective user experience design intelligence.
On 2012 05 07, Kevin Grignon proposed a review of this wiki content via the email@example.com mailing list. UX team will perform a rapid review of UX wiki content and share results and recommendations with the community.
Activities and Work in Progress
- ODF Mimetype Icons Redesign
- Project Renaissance - Create a User Interface so that OpenOffice.org becomes the users' choice not only out of need but also out of desire
- Current Activities
- ToDo List
- Competitor Software Analysis
The User Experience Team
The User Experience Team (UX team) works to make OpenOffice.org the best office suite in terms of usability, productivity and enjoyment.
- User Experience Project Home on OpenOffice.org
- List of the team members 2012 05 10 - UX WIKI REFRESH NOTE - Outdated members list. Recommendation: Move list to OOo archive, create new UX community list, link new page to this page.
How to work with us?
- How to request assistance from the UX team
- How to join the UX team
- How to contribute to the UX team work
| Mailing List
2012 05 10 - UX WIKI REFRESH NOTE - this mailing list is inactive. Address is not valid. Recommendations: move to OOo UX archive, propose and create new AOO UX mailing list.
Related mailing lists: User Experience mailing lists
As Newsgroup: GMANE gmane.comp.openoffice.devel.user-experience
2012 05 10 - UX WIKI REFRESH NOTE - Does not appear to be overly active. Recommendation: move to OOo UX archive.
2012 05 10 - UX WIKI REFRESH NOTE - Active blog. Recommendation: rename blog, links and anchor link in this page to all include "Apache" reference.
Related blogs: GullFOSS blogs on "user-experience",