On every sideshow, which is shared via slideshare, there is one major problem: “There are no plans, how the LibreOffice Android UI should look like” (Don’t start searching, this is not a quote!)
What I wanted to say: I (not involved in either the UI or design team [if you want the reason, have a look at my drawings later on….], created a few hand-drawn sheets. This might be a way, how the LibreOffice Touch UI should look like. I have not and won’t ever talk of a “mobile device” or “Android” or “iOS” UI [@offtopic: but I would like to see iLibreOffice….]. Windows 8, which might success on tablets as well as on handys and (hopefully) on the normal desktop, is the reason why I am talking of a “Touch UI”.
So, first step done, if you want to see the pics, here they are:
So, after criticizing my drawing abilities ;), let’s get back to our topic: What do you think of this touch UI??
I hope, you like it as much as I do 😉
Well, I really don’t think these pictures are totally self-explanatory, but as far as I am concerned, it is a waste of time describing everything at this very point.
I am quite sure, that you are having loads of questions after watching these drawings, so don’t hesitate and comment here: