Wednesday App Design Clinic

Canonical

on 10 September 2013

Since Ubuntu touch was announced, its been fantastic to see the variety of apps you’ve been developing, from shopping lists to word games, to apps that aid your daily commute.

As the Ubuntu Touch platform gets bigger and better, myself and the design team have been receiving more requests for feedback on designs, as well as questions about the App Design Guides and general app design. And although we are available for conversations on irc and in the email lists, what’s been missing is a place to have a more in-depth and visual conversation about app design.

Starting this Wednesday the design team will host a weekly app design clinic on Ubuntu On Air. The clinic is a chance for you to get feedback on your app’s UI, and a forum for you to ask questions about interactions, the Ubuntu brand and guidelines, visual styles, typography, colour… anything design that you want to ask.

If you would like feedback on a particular design, send a screenshot or mockup of your design to design@canonical.com before 1pm UTC on Tuesday.

The first clinic will be this Wednesday 11th September at 1pm UTC at http://ubuntuonair.com/ . Join us (or watch later) to find out more.

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