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2012/4/27 Alberto Delgado <>

How would you classify "complete redesigns"?
All whiteboards focus on one specific thing -- e.g. the Options
on redesigning the options dialog, the Status bar whiteboard on
the status bar.

UI rework will come gradually, piece by piece.

I was referring to the UI rework, i think that, to organize that,
it would be good to have a whole section for it in the wiki. Have
the main UI proposal, and links to all elements of it to work on.

This is what i think we should do to achieve that:

Use your workflow to make a basic UI design, you know, the
main screens, once one is chosen, we use it as a base to work
on all the different elements.

Then, we can just slowly add elements to this whiteboard (that
has to be really organized, categorized.

That is what the other Cue would do, of course, it'll move slower,
but we have to be really organized if we want a big project like
that to work out.

We won't be having a massive UI redesign -- all UI changes will be gradual.
That said, we can still determine the general direction these changes take
by stating some basic UI principles, by having a HIG.

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