On 01/28/2013 10:53 AM, Daniel Friesen wrote:
At first glance it starts to look a little
interesting. But after
looking closer it looks like the same old failures others keep making
are sitting there as well.
How well are we doing at giving feedback to those designers so they can
learn more, improve their concepts, get them closer to implementable
solutions and get them involved?
I have contacted Hamza inviting him to check
and join this list.
A few points:
- Like others they seem to
They? It seems to be the work of a single person. I think we can all
agree that it's a good starting point.
I wish we would have more Hamzas in this list proposing and discussing
with pixels ideas to improve the design of Wikipedia and the many other
products we have around.
One question: what is the process to propose improvements to Wikipedia
(to the Vector skin and to the specific Wikipedia UI)?
I understand that "unsolicited redesigns" like this have little chance
of getting through but (with the eyes of a designer) it is not simple at
all to find a way to propose enhancements.
Technical Contributor Coordinator @ Wikimedia Foundation