As an additional note - do we get the "source code" to work on further
refinements / changes after the challenge is over?
I will provide the deliverables as a layered XCF file and it will be under GPLv3+ as the code.
* See: My favorite so far ...
* everything is grouped in a box ... easy to
understand what belongs together
* the understandability of the sequence steps
(left side) is much better than in the last
* The text "BugText" does not fit into our
* Furthermore, the "textured" background for
Submit and the header is a bit different to what
we use ... if possible, a green on (different)
green motif should be used for large areas
* the dashed lines do not fit and adds visual
* the "Submit" button is something good -
red/orange is a warning color (in most
countries), e.g. blue would fit better
Could you please add URLs (as precise as possible) explaining the relevant part of the branding
scheme for the text or the required textured background ? I've noticed that they don't have time to
research or read more than what is strictly necessary.
I don't understand what you say about the dashed lines. Do you mean they don't fit the branding
scheme and should be removed ?
I communicated your remarks to "see" anyway but it would help for me to know more ;-)
By the way, I don't know whether it is possible, but maybe the designers
could add a large "problem icon" based on the Tango icons set (default
Could you please phrase this a self contained request ? I'm sure "see" will agree to it if time
Hope this helped a bit ...
Very much :-)
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