The international team has been initiating quite a few software tools and projects. At the moment, we don't have a UX designer on board and that means the user experience cannot be incorporated as part of the software development process. We will look to bring one experienced UX designer to the international team.
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Folks, this task has been open for a while and I was the one suggesting it and hoping we can bring on onboard. A few things have changed since then which makes me think it's fine to decline this task:
- We have some option to ask for UX advice from WMF.
- We have been willing to argue for funding for design resources and while not the same, a similar approach can be done on a case by case basis for our UX needs.
If you feel it's better to leave it open (I admit it's a need), then re-open.