Hi Ron, all,
sorry for not being able to reply earlier, but my spare time is too
short to read several hundred mails and reply only to the most important
of them every day.
I hope for some better time, when the structures here in the community
have been defined and settled a bit.
Ron Carter schrieb:
Thanks for the feedback, Bernhard. Very reasonable.
Updated and sans version number:
Thank you for this design.
I like it much better :-)
Just four points I want to mention still:
- The phrase below the slogan "Liberate Your Life!" is nearly unreadable
for me: I think it's to much information in these two lines.
"Free Power-Packed Open Source Personal Productivity Suite for Windows,
Macintosh and Linux"
- This phrase seems to be picked under the green slogan with less space
than between the lines of the phrase.
- The phrase is written in bold letters, giving the right part of the
banner more weight than the logo on the left side. Did you try to use a
regular font? (And reading Nik's comment, reducing the size of all
written content in favor of a more graphically based design might work
- The shading of the banner is very much different from our new icons
and the rest of our branding. We don't have such shiny rounded borders.
Even if I like the touchy impression, I think we should take the chance
to provide our design and branding language with all our artwork.
Please don't feel criticized - I like your work!
But what I'd like to achieve is consistency in all the artwork we
provide as officially approved resources of our community.
In my opinion this will become true, if we can work collaboratively on
the same basis.
Someone (Nik? / Ivan?) already mentioned one additional graphical means
we used in the icons. Perhaps we could reuse it here too and define it
as part of our Branding identity: inner shadows.
If I find the mail I read, I'll reply there...
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