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This one is a long time coming. After a poll with over 4,000 votes, as well as my own musings over the years, here’s my breakdown of some of the best examples of UI/UX design on the Linux desktop.
0:00 Intro
1:48 Rules of UX Design by Cynthia Mohr
2:42 Poll results of best UI/UX design
3:23 Definitions of UI/UX design
4:49 Top 5 UI/UX design desktop environments on Linux
14:45 Honorable mentions
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InfinitelyGalactic

May 6, 2020

Quick heads up: keep the comments civil when talking about preferences, you can help out the channel and get two FREE months of Skillshare Premium at the link in the description, and there are timestamps for each section I cover in the description. Conclusion: we FOSS users love what we love, and making this video was a blast. Until next time! See you below.

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lucy fair

May 6, 2020

IS GNOME, not gah nome

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TheJooomes

May 6, 2020

The moment I saw a noob use Gnome 2, it clicked for me that's the best noob desktop. I'm not talking about MATE with it's brisk menu or stuff like that, but the original Gnome 2 interface with it's applications/places/system menus.

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Talentaire

May 6, 2020

How did you do that please ? https://youtu.be/j7v46csDDtc?t=672

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Kok Leong Chan

May 6, 2020

GNOME's workflow is rather unique! I miss the workflow when I have to use Windows / macOS. Now my combination is GNOME & Qtile switching from time to time.

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Mike Phillips

May 6, 2020

For me Gnome !!

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Wahyu Setiawan

May 6, 2020

i always cringe when people said "make xxxxxx delightful"

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cjchico

May 6, 2020

KDE all the way. Most customizable DE

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Paul Noecker

May 6, 2020

Install funtoo

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RTSA

May 6, 2020

KDE is light years ahead in terms of customisability and control however I still believe gnome UI/UX to be much better than KDE. Default apps are much more intuitive and gnome interface design is really nice. When I used KDE, it was too overwhelming in comparison. The defaults arent there yet either and the apps felt loaded with stuff I didnt care for. I'll give it another try though as I still think it's a great de.

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Marcus Aurelius

May 6, 2020

Cinnamon has a way better User Experience than KDE.

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Robin Sihag

May 6, 2020

4:53 . Welcome

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Azims

May 6, 2020

I've been gnomed.

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Chris

May 6, 2020

Al i see is a team of Linux fanatics trying to copy the MacOS interface and after 20 years still not getting even close.

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Sandy

May 6, 2020

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richarddr1234

May 6, 2020

Doug De Muro!

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Jesse Holland

May 6, 2020

5:50 How did you get XFCE to look that pretty? Xubuntu 19.10 is butt-ugly imo

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Acoustic Samurai

May 6, 2020

gnome made the windows key a lot more powerful. when photo/video editing, I tend to use left hand on keyboard and right hand on mouse. gnome is perfect .

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calonfir laurentiu

May 6, 2020

Yes, agree. Gnome has changed a lot, in a good way…the shell-extension…the work-flow…the simplicity.

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Christian Clark

May 6, 2020

Strongly Agreed !!!!!!!!!!!!

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Rice Bunny

May 6, 2020

I'm a huge fan of clean, modern and minimalist UI and a great overall UX. I really don't care much for excessive customization, I just want my desktop to look exceptional right of the bat and just be able to start actually doing my work. I've noticed how PopOS just has a very unified UI across all of the apps. But using Gnome Tweaks and installing softwares on there is just a huge pain which doesn't really make for a good experience. Pantheon on the other hand has been the most intuitive desktop I've used so far that marries a sufficient UI/UX design with enough functionality. Now if we can just combine some of the UI/UX design of Gnome and Pantheon, I think we'll have an incredible desktop overall.

Being a CS student myself, in my further years I think I want to help improve the overall UI/UX of FOSS because I feel like majority of softwares in this category is greatly lacking in this department.

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Stephen InGermany

May 6, 2020

KDE still looks like something from the 90s… it's pig ugly. Elementary looks sort of ok but the tango style designs don't look great

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assistinside

May 6, 2020

GNOME is a joke.

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Angel Ilarde

May 6, 2020

elementary os and solus is my fav ui design

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bobpop

May 6, 2020

7:32

what envirmoment

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Blue Eye Woodworking

May 6, 2020

I just dare to say it: GNOME is ugly!
Icons too big
Ugly font
Dull and depressing color scheme
And the list goes on

I know you can change those points with themes, but I'm talking about the DE how it is out of the box.

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Rainer Luiz Fonseca

May 6, 2020

I'll just dare and say it: KDE is an ugly mess.

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MystWalker

May 6, 2020

Deepin is really cool though i've tried it but knowing that it is made by chinese gets a little iffy

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tamber

May 6, 2020

i see you're subscribed to adam neely, nice! he's an excellent content creator and musician. both of us have good taste i guess 😅

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Sai Rupesh

May 6, 2020

can any one help me how i can do that???? 11:12

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Ferdinand Fisher

May 6, 2020

i3-gaps

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I ran

May 6, 2020

who cares about twitter and youtube?

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Little Forest

May 6, 2020

In most of the discussions about best UI/UX (on youtube), there exist some seemingly unquestioned paradigms. 1. A task-based workflow is not only more modern, but more sensible in general. 2. Workflow preferences depend only on the individual person and what this person is used to.
A general problem, on faces in psychology and (science) education is, that traditionally many characteristics of a persons behavior are said to be fixed and defined for each person. Over the last decades, it more and more turns out, that this is just not true. Instead, characteristic behaviors of persons are defined by the according situation. Still, even in scientific research, people don't wanna let go of what they always thought is true.
As far as I can tell, the same is true for the UI/UX and the two paradigms I mentioned. Firstly, those paradigms imply, that there is one best workflow for each and every kind of work one has to do on a computer desktop. I don't know, why there is this misconception, cause obviously, the workflow is defined by the work that has to be done. So of course, there is no one ideal workflow for every work and thus not one DE with the best UX for every kind of work. Secondly, with the workflow depending on the work, it is not (only) dependent on the individual person with its prior experiences.
For example, it is actual sensible that the workflow on a desktop with mouse and keyboard is different to that of a solely touch-based device, cause how one works on it, is completely different. The whole question, what is the best UI/IX design desktop, in this general version, becomes futile, with the aspects I mention here. Even if one would consider some sort of average. An average only would make sense, if you average over subjective preferences. In this case, one averages over different kinds of works one has to perform on a computer, and this is not sensible.
Before tackling the question, what's a good UI/UX design desktop, one has to see, what different kinds of works there are on desktops and whether they mix for the job you do on a desktop and if so, in what way.
So a video with this topic is futile, without discussing the work people do on their computers, but implying that everyone is doing the same thing all the time or that for all one can do on a desktop, there is one UI/UX design the best.

Of course, what I don't wanna say by that is "Oh how stupid of IG to even do a video like this!", cause the above mentioned misconceptions are way too common and not well-adressed, so it is unfortunately obvious, that there is such a video. However, I think that future videos with the topic of DE and UI/UX will benefit greatly from considering what I explained here.

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Matthew Seigler

May 6, 2020

Where's Budgie?

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