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{{note|The [[Projects/Usability/HIG |  KDE Human Interface Guidelines (HIG)]] are an up-to-date reference. A related project that deals with usability is the [https://community.kde.org/KDE_Visual_Design_Group KDE Visual Design Group]. }}
  
 
The KDE Usability Project aims to improve KDE usability and user experience through:
 
The KDE Usability Project aims to improve KDE usability and user experience through:
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If you have questions about guidelines or want to request a missing guideline or change to a guideline, please put it on the [[/HIG_Questions | HIG Questions]] page.   
 
If you have questions about guidelines or want to request a missing guideline or change to a guideline, please put it on the [[/HIG_Questions | HIG Questions]] page.   
The results of HIG compliance tests from Google Code-in can be found on the [[/CodeInResults | Gode-in Results ]] page.
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=== Plasma 5 Projects ===
 
=== Plasma 5 Projects ===
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= Unified experience =
 
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This page contains content from the year 2009. The KDE usability team's main action currently takes place on the mailing list mailto:kde-usability@kde.org
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The KDE Human Interface Guidelines (HIG) are an up-to-date reference. A related project that deals with usability is the KDE Visual Design Group.

The KDE Usability Project aims to improve KDE usability and user experience through:

  • Educating developers about usability practices
  • Conducting usability activities to help gather feedback from users
  • Working with projects and help design usable user interfaces

KDE Usability Project Meetings

[edit] KDE4 Human Interface Guidelines

If you have questions about guidelines or want to request a missing guideline or change to a guideline, please put it on the HIG Questions page. The results of HIG compliance tests from Google Code-in can be found on the Code-in Results page.

[edit] User Research Profiles

The purpose of this template is to provide a place to document an application's user research information for reference during development. Top level items are information everyone in the project should be aware of. Some of the details in the lower sections may take some work and discussion within the project to complete.

Project User Research Template

[edit] Projects

These projects have been called to work on their user research profiles:

[edit] Plasma 5 Projects

[edit] Case Studies and Reports

Case Studies

Reports


[edit] Unified experience

consistancy watchlist


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