The GNOME accessibility team works to ensure that the project’s software can be used by those with physical disabilities. Much of this work involves creating, maintaining and integrating specialist accessibility software.
The design of GNOME’s desktop software is a key focus of this team, but it works on the design of GNOME’s websites, marketing materials and merchandise. The creation and development of GNOME’s icon sets is another major activity.
GNOME marketing works to promote GNOME and helps to raise funds for the GNOME Foundation. This involves a range of varied tasks, including creating content for the GNOME websites, writing and editing articles and news stories, microblogging and presenting at conferences.
The GNOME project hosts a range of development infrastructure, much of which is vital to its operation. It is the sysadmin team which keep develop and maintain this infrastructure’s hardware and software.
The GNOME Usability Project overlaps with the design team. Its mission is to ensure that GNOME software is easy to use. The maintenance and development of the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines is a key responsibility of this team.