Re: Taking Advantage of Spatial Memory with the GS Window Picker
- From: Rovanion Luckey <rovanion luckey gmail com>
- To: Andreas Wallberg <andreas wallberg gmail com>
- Cc: Allan Caeg <allancaeg ubuntu com>, Gnome Usability <usability gnome org>, GNOME Shell Mailing List <gnome-shell-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Taking Advantage of Spatial Memory with the GS Window Picker
- Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2010 09:31:52 +0100
2010/12/6 Andreas Wallberg <andreas wallberg gmail com>
I have a suggestion to further boost the visual memory of the user.
Various widgets, borders and text of a workspace could perhaps be
associated with a particular color, drawn from a palette when the
workspace is created. These colors do not need to be omnipresent or
intrusive but applied in a subtle manner.
Or the colors could be derived from the color of the application icon from the application which dominates the workspace. Similarly windows could subtly be colored in any of the ways Andreas mentioned with a color derived from the applications icon.
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