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Hi Michel, *,
Am 25.01.2012 15:38, schrieb Michel RENON:
Hi Christoph,

Le 23/01/12 22:07, Christoph Noack a écrit :


Now, I see two "N.N." who need to be filled in the mid-term ... so what
do you think? How to go on? Anybody there who might accept to guide the
direction of this team?

What actions/responsabilities are expected from the leader ?
What is expected to apply ?

I think it is a job like a facility manager/consierge or - if this sounds a little bit better - a mentor. The lead should have a look on the different work that come up on one of the two parts of the design team (vi (visual identity) and ux (user experience)), sometimes coordinate it a bit, give some advices.

Would it be possible to have 2 people ?

We have two parts so we need at least 2 people.

Il would allow them to share the pressure, the decisions, the knowledge,
and also one can take some rest without disturbing the project.

Our design leads (Bernhard and Christoph) were not like chairmans. They don't make the decisions, they "only" start the votings and discussions if no one else do this. Of course they have had a look at our branding and other advices. They are one of the go-to persons if someone out of the design team has a question. Sometimes they turn the team's attention to a work, which we get out of sight, by asking one/two per PM or the whole team by ml.

Currently, I hope to be much more helpful by working on the pile of
issues assigned to me, helping on the ux-advise list ... and looking at
some of the open discussions of the past weeks. For example, it would be
nice to know how to continue with smaller and general (seriously
developed) UI improvements people ask for regularly.

This is IMHO the main part a ux design leader has to do.

Some other part is what Astron made in the last time.

Just my 2 Eurocent.


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