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See my notes below, and thanks for the welcome.

On 6/10/2011 5:59 PM, Phil Jackson wrote:
Hi Sabin

We're at a stage where we are getting a lot of good ideas but needing to formalise procedures so everyone can see how things are done.

I'm wanting to get a few of the design team members coordinated on this project and you are welcome to join me if you are interested.
I'm in. Let me know how I can help.

if not, look at all the emails and get involved discussing ideas and also look at the DesignTeam/Whiteboards to see what is there already.
Looking through those now. I like the zeitgeist of the ideas, for sure: save space, provide tip-of-cursor access to appropriate functions. Good stuff all around.

You can add any original ideas of improved ones to your own Whiteboard page and then link it back to the main whiteboards paper.


Phil Jackson

On 6/11/2011 2:23 AM, Sabin Densmore wrote:
Hello all.

I'm not sure what the "hey I'm new here" protocol is, so I figured I
would risk it and introduce myself.

I've used OpenOffice since the early days, and am glad to see
LibreOffice continue strongly forward. I figured that since I've gotten
so much from the good work that maybe I should give back what I can.

The ideas I've seen floating around for side tabs and panels and new
interactions are all really striking and I'm excited to see stuff come
to fruition.

Basically, I guess what I want to say is "hey there" and "how can I
help?" I have experience in user interface/interaction design and
presentation, user testing, Agile project management. I work fulltime as
an Information Architect/UX Designer for a financial services firm in
Boston, MA. I've been there for five years and have been doing this kind
of work for 10.

Should I jump in? Is there a list of things to tackle? Let me know how I
can help.
- sabin

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