Hi Marc, Thorsten, *
Marc Paré schrieb:
Le 2010-11-21 11:23, Thorsten Wilms a écrit :
Design vs Marketing, yes.
If you apply some of the broader definitions, you can both conclude that
Design touches everything and also that Marketing touches everything.
Originally marketing may have been all about selling and design all
about look and haptics, but both are starting positions where you end up
covering the entire system if you run long enough.
But you don't need to run that far....
Of course there are inter-dependencies between marketing and design -
quite similar to the links between development and QA or development and UX.
But this doesn't mean to make any unsolvable problems.
What if we try to avoid both terms?
(if not combined with a more specific field)
I think they cover quite clearly what they want to say, so I'd keep them.
Nevertheless we can think of different sub-segments as working fields
for specified teams, but I think most of them can be easily subsumed
under one of the categories (especially if we think of the Design
sub-categories Visual Design and UX Design).
Much broader than marketing and design - it covers the central points of
branding and needs to be discussed in the entire community.
* Steering (mission statement and strategy go here)
* Visual Identity (starting from the logo)
Design (Visual D)
* Market Research
* Promotion (bound to have overlap with Visual Identity, sadly)
Marketing, by using resources from Design (Visual D)
Marketing (I'd like to see strengthening and broadening our community a
central task for our marketing)
* Relations (could have an internal partner, called Community)
not really clear to me what you mean: Product / user service? Marketing
contacts? Links to software support providers?
* Services (to outside the project)
Independent, but using Visual Design elements
What does this contain besides website? Native-lang teams will have
their own structure - I could imagine a place where they work together
not only on L10N, but on infrastructure / NGO and other topics as well.
If this would be inside the marketing area depends on what they want to
* Infrastructure (contains website, similar to Services, but inside)
UX is broader - covers product and website. Even Design might be too
small, as it reaches to all the development and coding areas.
* UX Design (solely for the product)
But in Design it is easy to find.
> [...] The wiki worskpace should then be in
http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/Design <-- this is where
you pronounce the reasons of Design
I don't think that creating very long lines of sub-categories will help
us a lot. Therefore I already proposed
http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Design as part of the Marketing category
We might think of
but I'd prefer
Then presumably if there were any pages to for Design purposes the wiki
pages would be created here:
How does this sound?
Much too long paths!
Imagine we create one or two more sub-levels....
Only if the path is important to understand the topic of the page a
sub-level should be created.
In all other circumstances categorizing the page in the relevant
category leads to a better structure - and if a page covers two or more
categories, sub-levels are no more applicable at all.
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