How we can reorganize Drupal admin items within the D7UX framework

Talking for two days straight during Utrecht Ux sprint ruined my voice, but it did accomplish an important thing: Somewhere on Sunday morning, Dries, Mark, Leisa, Bojhan and me finally got to a point that we knew and understood that we were talking about the same thing. And that this thing, the d7ux framework, might actually work, too.

Here's a summary of my understanding of the global concept. It introduces some of the building blocks that are in the framework and shows how they relate. Then the focus turns to the admin header, specifically how the top row of links provides us with the necessary entry points to reorganize Drupal's administrative items.