CCing the Design List as well. Just for information - discussion should
take place on the marketing list, please.
Am Samstag, den 26.02.2011, 13:05 +0100 schrieb Kálmán „KAMI” Szalai:
For a rollup design I would like use the LO, TDF text and icon graphic.
The size of medium is 85(W)x200(H), what is the best arrange for it?
Just to be sure - we talk about "cm" instead of "px", or?
wanted to increase the site of icon and put on to LibreOffice text but I
don't know if it hurt the branding guide. It is impossible to keep the
current layout on portait page orientation. I plan to use vector elemnts
for backround, the LibreOffice icon and the LO, TDF text. DO you have
advice for me, or do we have a design for this layout?
We have some kind of design for that. Some time ago, I've created this
for the installer - this may come close:
The same design had been used at the FOSDEM - Cor used it to print the
small banners you can (hardly) see here:
But there have been improvements - Paulo improved the large icon which
should be used in this case. Just to get an impression (the left one,
but I missed some pixel alignment so it appears a bit blurry):
Would this combination help? If yes, then we might put together
something for you ... if you like.
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