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Hello Christoph,

sure that would be nice. As a starting point to figure out what to do in 
detail, you and your students may check the previous studies at User Prompt 
(Andreas refers to only one publication) and later on at the LibO design blog. 
Two more surveys are conducted and the publication is in preparation.

All of these studies are open source and CC licenced. As psychologist with 
statistical background I usually analyze with R. The scripts are available.

We have a weekly design/UX meeting where everybody is welcome. Guess not 
tomorrow, however ;-).


On Donnerstag, 24. März 2016 12:23:27 CET Christoph Wimmer wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am a member of DECO research group at Vienna University of Technology
( and we are teaching a course on usability
engineering with around 60 students this summer term. For a lab assignment,
the students will both plan and conduct usability tests for existing
applications. We would like to let our students evaluate the current
version of LibreOffice and were wondering if you would be interested in the
results or maybe even closer collaboration. We believe this could be
beneficial to everyone involved: The LibreOffice UX team could benefit from
the results of the usability tests and our students would know that their
work serves a real purpose by having a positive impact on a project with
millions of users.

Please let us know how you feel about this and how we could coordinate. For
example, it would be great if you could let us know if there are any
specific parts of LibreOffice that you think would benefit the most from
usability testing.

Thank you and best regards,
Christoph Wimmer
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