Effective from May 2016, Heiko Tietze has started working as a consultant to drive LibreOffice UX one step further.
Heiko has been one of the most active UX volunteers during the last few years, and has been instrumental for a rather large number of the user interface improvements since LibreOffice 4.4.
In addition, he has coordinated UX focused researches, which have – amongst other results – led to the development of the human interface guidelines (HIG), and to incremental UI changes to menus and toolbars. Currently, the focus is on the improvement of LibreOffice Draw user interface.
Most of Heiko …
As we head towards the second half of the year – and an exciting new release of LibreOffice in August – I wanted to recap some work from the Marketing Team that I’ve been involved in over the last few months. But before that, I’d also like to say congratulations to the LiMux team for a great Debian Bug Squashing Party!
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