Ubuntu Is Doing A UI Makeover To Their Installer / Setup Process
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 28 September 2015 at 01:43 PM EDT. 16 Comments
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Canonical's design team has been working on redoing the user-interface to the Ubiquity installer that also converges with the setup wizard for Ubuntu Phones.

The design team is working to make a better "first impression" of Ubuntu whether it be installing the Linux distribution on a PC or setting up a phone for the first time. Their design goals were for seduction, simplicity, introducing the brand through design, and transforming the setup wizard.


If you're curious about more of what went into this new installer/setup wizard design and screenshots for both PC and mobile form factors, visit the new post over at design.canonical.com.
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