Hi Drew, all,
ps - will add the design list here also to get even more input.
Sorry - I've been away for the weekend, so I couldn't comment earlier.
But what I see on the wiki:
really good I think.
(especially if you revert the suite slogan ;-) )
On the first sight the white space area around the logo on the back
looks quite small at the top, but this doesn't mean to ask for another
iteration of the cover.
We don't have official logos with version designation, so I'm fine with
your work on this.
You already spent enough time on this design - so from my side: Just go on!
PS: The icon shadows on the back are different from Paulo's new Tango
theme - but this has only been worked on in small scales.
Once we define the Branding guidelines for these items, shading will
probably be a topic...
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Re: [libreoffice-design] Re: [us-marketing] North American Community DVD - cover art updated · Bernhard Dippold
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