[board-discuss] Re: [libreoffice-design] Respecting the UX community
Björn Balazs wrote on 2015-02-24 at 14:19:
Dear fellow UX community & board of directors!
I have to write this mail, because I feel very unhappy about the result of the
LO-Android Tender .
thank you for your mail and your feedback on the tender.
The Android tender is a major project for TDF, and we have invested lots
of time and resources into making it happen. We are sorry that you feel
the absence of work package #3 is critical to the success of the Android
Rest assured that UX is as important to the board as all other topics.
For example, just yesterday, we have published a tender for user metrics
collection, which shows our commitment to this topic.
Can you point out what major interface decisions have been taken in the
Android tender work so far that would need revisiting?
Thanks again for your feedback,
Florian Effenberger, Executive Director (Geschäftsführer)
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