Hi Kevin, all,
Yeah, we need some help with typography too. There's someway to include
fonts (open source) in a template? Just like is done in PDF files... It
would be great and improve a lot our presentations.
Over, I'm working in some general templates too, just to help our
"start". :D I'll post them in my [new] blog when its finished.
On 01-02-2011 19:40, Kevin Soviero wrote:
Alright, How about we carve template design up into sections, one (or
more) for each of us...
For example, I am good at making the background (not just cause its
easy ;)), and I can coordinate colors. We need someone to do the
technical stuff (title placement, etc...) , and we need to come up
with the subjects to base the templates on. Your list is a very good
Any other jobs you can think of?
On 01/31/2011 08:43 PM, Paulo José wrote:
It's a great idea! I think some steps to start this should be:
1. Choose some main topics to cover with the templates, for all types
of presentation: school, enterprise, marketing...
2. Look for the real presentations in each topics. There are many
sites of slide sharing, when you can find the most rated
presentations. I gives the feeling of what is needed to achieve in
3. Work hard to create the best templates in a office suite ever! :D
Count with me,
I ever start with the Ubuntu one... :P
On 31-01-2011 01:45, Kevin Soviero wrote:
As I am sure most of you have noticed by now, the default set of
templates from OOo Impress is terrible. I was wondering if I were
to make a set (lets say 10 - 20) of really high quality templates
for Impress, if we could get them included by default?
Paulo José O. Amaro
Computer Science Student
Federal University of São João del-Rei
WebDesigner / Linked Empresa Júnior
Blogger / casatwain.com
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