Hi Ron, :-)
I took the liberty of posting my answer to the Design mailing list as
well, as we want to keep all the guys in the loop about this. ;-)
On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 13:26, Ron Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
OK, David, I have never worked with a Wiki before, but I got pages set up
for banner and avatar/icon proposals.
My proposal would be to upload all your files there, if that's OK with
you, and then give me a heads-up here on the list and also by off-list
mail (to make sure I see your post - I don't always follow the Design
I'll definitely post all your work on the libreoffice.org site, as I
mentioned before, but would just like to see a green light from
Christoph and the guys, beforehand, in case any slight alterations are
requested. If they don't respond after a few days then I'll take it as
Although I have done advertising work (copy, logos, layout, etc.) and have
promoted software before, I have never worked on an Open Source project.
I guess (more) feedback on what is expected/needed for the banners (What
sizes? I just did a 120x240 vertical banner for kicks and put it up in banner
section of the Wiki, for instance.) and avatars would be nice, at least for me.
I saw the message that made the suggestion that there should be "official"
avatars and "supporter" avatars. Is this to be pursued?
As you know, working at 64x64/48x48/32x32 has its own design challenges,
so if there are some "best practices" that someone wants followed, it would
be nice to know them.
As an example: http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/File:120x240_banner_01a.png
From a design standpoint, it works for me, but is doing a sideways layout
acceptable? Should we pursue making the LibreOffice document icon, well,
Personally, I love it! And it's a very useful variant to have, IMHO.
If so, then I have a pitch on changing that icon to something slightly
I like this one, too.
On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 6:35 PM, David Nelson <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi Ron, :-)
Thanks for your work on this. ;-) I'll be setting up the page on the
site over the next few days, and will post your stuff there. I don't
have time to set up a page on the wiki, but you could always do that
yourself if you felt like it.
Anyway, nice buttons. ;-)
On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 05:38, Ron Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Please find attached the zipped files of the color versions of the
"Liberate Your Life!" banners in .PNG and .PSD format, along
with a 64x64 avatar icon for your feedback. In the .PSD zip file
is also a transparent background version.
Would love to see "proposed banners" and "proposed avatars"
sections under "Branding" so we can feed from each other's
Looking Forward, Ron
On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 8:08 AM, David Nelson <email@example.com> wrote:
On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 16:30, Ron Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have produced some of the same with different color schemes and
have source files (.PSD) for them as well.
That's cool :-) Please feel free to post them on the wiki and post us
links, or to mail them to me.
I will work up some 64x64 and 48x48 avatar icons.
That would be great, too. As long as there are no major objections
from the design team regarding branding, I would definitely post them
on the site ASAP.
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