Am 02.04.2015 um 19:30 schrieb Martin Srebotnjak:
I think that the prototype site would most benefit from an
analysis/proposal by the http://user-prompt.com/ like the ones they do
on their blog:
http://user-prompt.com/portfolio/libreoffice/ (that get published also
on the Planet site).
They could analyse/propose the main page designs, especially:
- both template and extensions site home page;
- particular extension/template page with its tabs;
That would mean an independent professional assessment of the current
design and a proposal to go further.
2015-04-02 18:21 GMT+02:00 Andreas Mantke <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Thus it's not useful to spread it on social media but maybe on the
project-list and the ux-list (I'm not subscribed to the latter one)
Plus, I think that actual discussion about the extensions website
should in this phase be moved to the UX list (and return to this list
as soon as the final design is decided upon and it needs to be
implemented, tested etc.).
I'm not subscribed to that mailing-list. I could help with technical
things on the website, but would not take part in the UX discussion itself.
If you want to forward the topic to the UX list, please do so. I tried
with the design-list with no success some weeks ago.
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