Category Archives: gnome3

Announcing Every Detail Matters, Round 2

Details matter. Small aspects of a user interface make a huge difference. Get them right, and the experience becomes beautiful, satisfying and easy. Get them wrong, and it can be clunky, awkward and ugly. It’s only by paying attention to … Continue reading

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Taking GNOME 3 to the next level

It’s time to talk about GNOME 3.6. I’m more excited about this release than any since 3.0. The list of major updates is impressive: new message tray, updated Activities Overview, lock screen, integrated input sources, accessibility on by default, new … Continue reading

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GNOME OS

In my last post I described how, during this year’s GUADEC, members of the GNOME community came together to plan where the project could go in the next 18 months or so. The slides from Xan and Juanjo’s talk give … Continue reading

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An Awesome GUADEC and a Bright Future

This year’s GUADEC was one of the best that I have ever attended. I have never seen the GNOME community so energised. New contributors were more visible than ever before, and all of them were fantastically enthusiastic and motivated. It … Continue reading

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Pre-GUADEC Reflections

I’m looking forward to this year’s GUADEC. I missed the one last year, so it’s going to be great to be back. As usual, there are lots of people who I’m looking forward to seeing in person, including both established … Continue reading

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GNOME Design Update, Part Two

I left it too long to blog about what’s been happening in GNOME design, and I’ve been left with a backlog of things to tell everyone about! In my last post, I wrote about the work the GNOME designers have … Continue reading

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GNOME Design Update, Part One

As always, the GNOME design crew have been hard at work of late. We helped to drive many of the changes you can see in the last GNOME release, including a new color picker, updated application designs, new scrollbars and … Continue reading

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Every Detail Matters: Objective Achieved!

We set an ambitious goal for the first round of Every Detail Matters: we said that we would aim to fix 20 UX bugs by the end of the current release cycle. That’s not an easy thing to do: seemingly … Continue reading

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