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11 January 2007


Jay Fienberg

I was going to suggest that you might get a better UI from Firefox if more of us gave Mozilla financial support, but then looking at the Office example, it's clear that money doesn't necessarily help!

Great user interfaces require a great design process. And, in general, technology companies (and open source projects) focus on organizing themselves in ways that are about things other than running a great design process.

That said, the Firefox UI has been regularly getting better. And, I wouldn't be surprised if their design process keeps getting more refined over time as well.




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