The Xfce Design SIG aims at improving the usability and visual appearance of the Xfce desktop environment. Our goal is to bring interested users, designers and hackers together to ensure neither of them is working in a vacuum. By establishing a context in which they can collaborate on smaller and larger design-related projects we try to increase the chance of the proposed changes to be merged into the official Xfce repositories.
Members of the Design SIG are not appointed or elected. Everyone can participate! Feel free to add your name, interests and skills to the following list if you are striving for regular contributions to our ongoing design efforts.
|Name||IRC Nickname||Interests (In the SIG Context)||Skills (Applicable in the SIG Context)|
|Simon Steinbeiß||ochosi||GTK theming; UI improvements||mockups, gtk-theming|
|Jannis Pohlmann||JPohlmann||Improve usability and visual appearance of Xfce||Knows Xfce well, can code|
|Nick Schermer||NSchermer||Same as above||Same as above|
|Pasi Lallinaho||knome||Any UI/graphical improvement, usability/clean approaches||Mockups, artwork, CSS, …|
|Jon Masters||jonmasters||UI roadmap, usability/clean approaches||Recent convert, can code|
|Steve Dodier-Lazaro||sidi||User studies, general UX roadmap||User research (field, interviews, online studies), can code|
Here you can propose new UI-related projects for the Design SIG to work on. Please provide a title and a short description and maybe a link to mockups and related information.
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