Hi all, I have only just discovered this great project (courtesy of an article on Windows Central) so I regret I haven't been a part of the unique experience of crowd-sourcing the specifications. From what I can see, a pretty amazing job has been done!
I have one minor niggle, and I'm fully prepared to get flamed on this, as I figure that is your right to do...
In case it helps, my background is usability, and I represent 'the customer experience' when I am leading projects with our clients, so I tend to look at things through that lens.
I saw the 'V' key on the keyboard is a triangle, and the more I look at it the more it worries me. From reading the last few days about this project I can guess the derivation ("pyramid flipper"), however for people who aren't familiar with it (and I'm talking about co-workers and partners of Eve V owners here, as well as buyers who haven't been on this whole journey with you) it could be confused with a down arrow, or just confusing (since not all V's on your website use this treatment, e.g. "Revolution" in the Eve tagline).
So I had two questions for the learned community and those who have invested more time in the journey than me:
- Is this a 'final' design that will be on all english keyboards or just 'the first 500'?
- If it is a desired emblem feature to incoude, what are your thoughts on having a normal 'V' key and moving the triangle outline treatment to the 'down arrow' key instead?
Anyway, I mean no offense by intruding here, I was just hoping to add a small contribution from my experience in case it helps to reduce possible 'experience friction' down the line.