Over in IRC @tessgadwa dropped a link to an interested article by Gregory Wolanski called Open Source Design 500 that lists five hundred open source projects in need of design help based on GitHub issue labels.
He says, “Yes, I’m going to open-source my code. Give me a dozen days. I need to clean it and write a decent README file.” I’m looking forward to that code being published because his list ends with projects that have 126 stars and I’m interested in learning why my day job project with 226 stars wasn’t included. Since he asks, “Is it possible to do a GitHub search for current issues labeled ‘ux’, ‘ui’ or ‘design’ and sort them according to the number of stars awarded to the projects?” I’m guessing he’s only catching exact matches whereas my project happens to use a label of “Status: UX & UI”. I assume we’ll find the code under https://github.com/gregorywolanski
It’s a nice list and a great idea. Thanks, Gregory!