In a survey running until June 24th, users are being invited to share their approach to search with Unity’s designers.
‘We are interested in finding out how you interact with the Dash on Ubuntu, as well as with a large e-commerce website’, Canonical say.
‘Understanding our users is an integral part of the Canonical design process.’
So, as the team seek to improve the user experience of the Unity Dash, they’re turning to Ubuntu users for guidance.How To Help
Taking part in the research is straightforward.
You need to be using Ubuntu 12.10 or 13.04 and have the Shopping Lens enabled and be willing to:
We’ve been assured that the survey is completely anonymous and that all videos and data sent in will only be used by Canonical for analysis.
So what are you waiting for? Here’s your chance to help shape Unity. Hit the button below for a full briefing on what’s involved and how to get involved.
Deadline for all replies is June 24th, 2013 – so get your skates on!
Please keep comments on the topic of this survey – ‘helping to improve the product search experience’. Misplaced anti-Unity/Shopping Lens/Dash rants may be removed.
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Ever wanted to control the brightness of your multi monitor setup independently but from the same place?
I know some of you reading this do as you’ve previously mailed in and asked if we knew of a solution.
Well, we found one.
Brightness Controller is a small tool using Xrandr to let you independently adjust the brightness of your primary and external monitors.
Not being a multi-monitor user myself I can’t confirm how well this app works; or whether it’s a software-based dimmer. But if you think it’d be useful you can find more information on how it works and how to use it on the Github page for the application.