SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Salt in Sugar
Re: [Sigia-l] Salt in Sugar
> Seems a bit patronising to me...
Lest you find yourself offering, gulp, a measure of disagreement with an OSS
project such as Sugar, beware:
"OSS cares about users but in a different way. It isn't like we dont care
about UI/UX/whateverbuzzwordyouthrowinthere, we just don't have enough
designers to go around fixing the world... we make do with what we have to
try and provide the best experience and ui as we can for those who want an
alternative to all those industry products."
"You go on and on about your right as a design to critique and blah blah
blah, and sure, you can do whatever you want... You want something to happen
you have to get invovled."
"A friendly developer who might not know so much but has good intentions
about user-centered design is 100x more valuable and will get 10x more done
than a hot shot designer who thinks hes the coolest thing since Ajax."
Nullius in Verba
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