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From Martin Heidegger ...@leichtgewicht.at>
Subject [RT] Awesome FlexNext End-User Experience
Date Sat, 11 Feb 2012 00:26:48 GMT
Just because it seemed to created some misunderstanding.

The post was intended to focus on the _design_ aspect of 
end-user-experiences. The stuff that we do with Flex.

yours
Martin.

On 11/02/2012 01:00, Martin Heidegger wrote:
> Dear List,
>
> it can be hard to find a vision for the next version of Flex. 
> Developers like us like discussions about technical details and they 
> are boring.
>
> I think that is not enough! I think we need something that inspires us 
> to create something new - something that makes us believe that the 
> things created with Apache Flex are awesome.
>
> We can make awesome things!
>
> I propose following: Lets ask everyone who listens for user experience 
> concepts - full or partial. Things that they could see Flex is going 
> to so the PPMC get a better feeling how awesome they could be.
>
> The proposals should be split in a few categories:
>
>   *) _HTML/JS compatible:_ To compile mxmlc/AS3 -> html/js the concept 
> has to work within the restrictions of HTML/JS with a optional royal 
> look and feel when being built for Flash without breaking the system.
>
>   *) _Flash super-powered:_ Systems that leverage the power of the 
> current version of the Flash Player without thinking for a second 
> about HTML: Stage 3D / HD videos / JPEG XR / Slick custom fonts / 
> Pixelbender effects / (generated audio) / ...
>
>   *) _Touch centric:_ Focussing on the fingers: 
> Swipe/Zoom/Rotate/Expand/Swoosh/... These concepts don't need to care 
> about a mouse or keyboard.
>
>   *) _Fully portable:_ Interfaces flexible enough to be represented in 
> the style of various Operation systems without neglecting our need for 
> style. Awesome on Mac/iOS/Windows/Android with few adaptations.
>
> Some rule-of-thumbs I can think of:
>
>    * Responsiveness is key: The more stuff that has to run at a time 
> the less likely it will rock.
>    * All assets should be open-source: Don't build on royal fonts or 
> imagery.
>
> What would you think of such a request? Is that something that the 
> PPMC think is useful? Should we rock that?
>
> Note: The various concepts should be presented in the Wiki.
>
> yours
> Martin.
>
>


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