Sorry if this is getting Spammy, just wanted to alert you to 2 things;
- It is 3pm on Friday 18th March (GMT) right now
(http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/) and I'll be closing off the Design
phase for the motif task in about 10 hours (1:00am GMT) from now so we
can start voting.
- A few people (Christoph, Ivan, Klaus-Jürgen, Paulo, as below)
mentioned they'd like to see how the "Scatter" Design I proposed would
look in-context (or that it didn't work well enough as a letterhead) so
I've uploaded 3 variations of the Scatter Design to the motif page here;
Please remember that these aren't what I would consider "finished"
Design suggestions, they are only to get a sense of the use of the
Scatter motif in different implementations. For example, the website
isn't our current website Design but a simple mock-up I had handy and
the Splash has no version/application details on it. I'm not proposing
that we choose one of these variations /independently/... to me, they
form 3 possible configurations of the "Scatter" motif Design proposal in
Hope some of you manage to squeeze in a proposal in the time remaining,
no pressure, just wishful thinking.
And get your voting mouse-finger ready =)
On 3/15/2011 10:04 AM, Christoph Noack wrote:
One additional thing ... I also have a personal favorite (Scatter), but
it seems to be a bit troublesome with regard to the "letterhead"
approach. I fear that the addressee and the upper part of the text might
be hard to read. Maybe this is also valid for other "contexts" (Splash,
Website, Writer Background, ...).
Might it be useful to e.g. vote for a version (from whatever author) and
create two more examples before doing a final decision which will have
some impact on the whole project? Of course, I'll try to help here.
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