Hi Daniel, Tobias and anyone else keeping track of this activity,
I'm sorry about the lapse in communication and the incorrect deadlines.
I've been asked to extend the "shelf-life" of this project, so I have;
A new work schedule can be found on the above page.
*We are in the Brainstorming session, which will end in another 7 days:
*What we need now is ideas, about the concept/theme/perception that
should be communicated in the motif.
If you think visually feel free to add graphic ideas, but right now,
text is more useful before pen goes to paper.
One-word concepts would be just as useful as descriptive text.
The motif-Design task will end on Sunday 13th March, and will be
finalised by Thursday 17th March.
It will go to a community vote to determine the preferred motif.
Some feedback on the 2 proposals so far;
On 2/27/2011 12:12 PM, Daniel Merker wrote:
Finally registered with the wiki and added my file for the motif discussion:
Hi Tobias and Daniel,
I've added your proposals to the wiki page;
My initial feedback would be that the designs are somewhat visually
overpowering themselves and will compete with the contents for attention.
The motif will need to be something that provides a "canvas" on which
other elements can be placed.
It is a support element, and so, may need to be somewhat less
"attention-grabbing". But these are just suggestions, not instructions.
I'm sorry I can't be more helpful by making a graphic example of what I
mean, I just want to wait until the brainstorming phase is complete
first and we have a strong "theme/idea/perception" before spending time
making actual proposals. Thanks heaps for getting the ball rolling with
some visual ideas.
If I've missed anyone's feedback on this matter so far, just let me know
and I'll add it to the Motif page.
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