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Esta página sirve como una muestra para el diseño de ideas y de discución alrededor del Sugar UI. Cada uno de los siguientes temas contiene una "Presentación" que muestra nuestras últimas ideas y traen a contexto algunas de las desiciones e intercambios que se dieron para concebirlas. Por favor, sientanse libres de agregar a la discusión secciones que aporten sugerencias útiles a medida que mejoramos los diseños y los llevarlos a la implementación.

This page serves as a showcase for design ideas and discussion around the Sugar UI. Each topic below contains a "slideshow" illustrating our latest ideas and outlining some of the decisions and tradeoffs that were made in coming to them. Please feel free to add to the discussion sections to provide useful feedback as we iterate on the designs and move them toward implementation.

Para una más detallada (y más técnica) descripción de algunos de los temas presentados a continuación , visite la sección de especificaciones del wiki, la cual lo llevará a la implementación de características especiales.

For more detailed (and more technical) descriptions of some of the topics presented below, please visit the Specifications section of the wiki, which will drive the implementation of specific features.


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Administración de Actividades(Aplicaciones)

Esta presentación se enfoca en nuestros nuevos acercamientos para lanzar,alternar y administrar actividades. Lo mas importante, incluye diseños actualizados de ideas para la pantalla de inicio y una nueva organización del menu de iconos que mejore la administración de actividades, aunque también tiene méritos adicionales por si mismo.

This slideshow focuses on our new approaches to activity launching, switching, and management. Most importantly, it includes updated design ideas for the Home screen and a brand new Frame organization which enhances activity management, though has additional merits on its own as well.

Frame

This slideshow provides a deeper understanding of the reorganized Frame, describing its sections for people, places (and activities), clipboard, and devices. It also introduces the foundation of the notification system and explains its relationship to the Frame's layout and purpose as a persistent UI element.

Journal

This slideshow presents a brand new vision for the Journal, which is focused around two views: object and action. The object view will be reminiscent of the current Journal UI, presenting a list of objects stored on the system and providing access to detailed information and (now) their version histories. The action view, on the other hand, will serve as a friendly "journal-like" log of the child's interactions with the machine, referencing one or more objects but reading much like a scrapbook, and providing a friendly browsable interface into the content they have created.

Toolbars

This slideshow illustrates the latest thinking regarding toolbars and the nature of tabs within the interface.

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