A week in San Francisco

Canonical

on 7 November 2013

Tags: Design

I recently attended my first cloud sprint meeting held in San Francisco, and it turned out to be a great experience. It’s been 10 years since I last visited, so as well as working hard, it was nice to have the opportunity to see the city again.

Whilst there we worked on the UX and visual design for two of our cloud products, which we’ll be able to share with you soon. It was also a great opportunity to spend time with colleagues from around the world, working together during the day and having a few beers in the evening.

In terms of design, we are working to extend the cloud visual language that is being established through the Juju GUI, with a view to having a consistent suite of cloud products.

A post with some cloud designs will follow soon. For now, here’s some pictures from our week in San Francisco.

Watch this space!

 

SF-01Discussing Juju and collaborative coding

 

SF-02San Francisco

 

 

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