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1. Navigation is a strength for the GitLab experience [Q1]
The information architecture is well organized and logical
The navigation UX is consolidated, with clear visual hieararchy. It doesn't feel like you have to look all around the experience to find the different ways to navigate
The visual details of the navigation feel intentional and polished, adapting well to responsive screen sizes, and respecting limited screen realestate.
2. Visually polished and consistent [Q1]
Consistency across controls (buttons, labels, links, etc.)
Visual information hierarchy is clean
Padding and alignment all feels great
Typography feels polished. (Consider MD styles)
3. Uniquely GitLab [Q2]
When you look at any screen, you should know immediately that it is GitLab
Our personality is strong and consistent across product and marketing experiences.
4. New users are supported and guided to become experts in no time [Q2]
Powerful functionality is ridiculously easy to set up and use (improving tools such as gitlab-ci.yml)
Errors are easy and clear, allowing me to learn and quickly fix problems
The possible options and settings for a given feature/experience is clear without having to hunt through all of the settings pages.
This strategy is focused on delivering on our
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