Join in UbuntuVoice: be the voice of millions of Ubuntu users

Canonical

on 10 September 2013

Tags: Design

In past years, we have had many Ubuntu users getting involved in helping with our user research. Now we feel it’s time to form a user research network, which we’re calling: UbuntuVoice.

So,  if you want to:

  • be the voice of over 20 million Ubuntu users. You will have the opportunities to take part in a variety of Ubuntu user research with different products, and help shape the Ubuntu experience. You choose the ones that you are interested in.

  • stay up to date with Ubuntu. Get periodic updates (every two months) via email, such as what designers are working on, how feedback is used, and how users behave when interacting with technology.

  • get a little something extra. Some of our research will come with an incentive, or in the form of a ‘Ubuntu goody’ lucky draw, and some research will be voluntary.

…then join us today by clicking here

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at: ubuntuvoice@gmail.com

 

Update: Thank you very much for everyone’s support for the UbuntuVoice! We reached our target number of participants in just a day! Since we are a small team, we can’t have more participants at the moment. However, do keep your eyes on the design blog for updates.

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