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Blog moved

I finally got around to moving my blog to GNOME infrastructure. It can now be found here.

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Every Detail Matters is Open for Business

Everyone’s favourite UX polish extravaganza is back for another round. For the next months we will be targeting a host of bugs that will add polish and finesse to the GNOME 3 user experience. This is the third time that … Continue reading

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LGM 2013

I just got back from Madrid, where I attended this year’s Libre Graphics Meeting. LGM is a great chance to meet with other designers working in the open, and this year’s event was no exception. There were lots of great … Continue reading

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Presenting GNOME Contacts

GNOME Contacts is a new feature that is planned for GNOME 3.2. It includes both a GNOME-wide contacts framework that can be used by different applications as well as a dedicated contacts application. I’ve been working hard on the design … Continue reading

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Marketing contract: week 7

The Bangalore hackfest and the 3.0 release diverted my blogging to other topics, but I hope my posts have still given a good idea of what I’ve been doing for the GNOME marketing contract. Needless to say, the release was … Continue reading

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Bangalore wrap-up

We had some laughs. We ate some ice cream. We worked real real hard. The final two days of the hackfest are a bit of a blur, largely because I was either frantically working on the release notes or being … Continue reading

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GNOME 3 User Days

There are lots of enthusiastic GNOME users who have questions about the upcoming release, and there are plenty of people who are interested to hear about what GNOME 3 will be like. That’s why I’m really pleased to be able … Continue reading

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