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Re: Anaconda UX redesign / status update



On Fri, 2011-06-10 at 14:06 -0400, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> Hi folks!
> 
> We've been ramping back up on the UI redesign discussions for Anaconda
> that we'd originally had in Tempe back in January [1, 2] over the past
> 2-3 weeks so I wanted to:
> 
> * Provide some status on how that's going so far 
> 
> * Introduce you to the designers involved
> 
> * Outline a design approach for to continuing to move forward
> 
> * Kindly ask for your feedback :)

Awesome!  Thanks for organizing and creating mock-ups.

Just a general comment about the buttons used for different screens.
The main hub screen appropriately has a 'Quit' and 'Install' button.  My
expectation was that only the hub would allow for 'Quit' and 'Install',
so that seems right on the money.  The UI mock-ups for various detailed
configuration screen (aka spokes) also have 'Quit', 'Cancel' and
'Save/Apply' buttons.

Following the lead of the GNOME3 control-center design, would it make
more sense for the detailed configuration screens to only have a 'Back'
button?  Any changes in those screens are activated immediately, there
is no need to 'Save' or 'Apply' changes.

Thoughts/concerns?

Thanks,
James

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