Not sure the whole 3D part is such a good idea... ?
Indeed we tend to promote rather simplistic interfaces and elements. The
whole 3D part makes me think of an old fashion design.
I think the actual splash screen is a rather good example of what kind of
branding we need.
On Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 11:56 PM, Javier Nisa - Lexnos Corporation <
Thank you very much, It's a concept sketch, the final is being done in
Autodesk 3ds, will be finished in two days, in anticipation of the three
objects of art including who will replace Frank Souza element are
three designs are original and my property. You like these three files
that will replace those that showed you yesterday
El 09/01/13 11:14, Sveinn í Felli escribió:
Þann þri 8.jan 2013 20:27, skrifaði Javier Nisa - Lexnos Corporation:
My proposal for LibreOffice 4 of new Splashscreen.
Nice. Joyful. Even if it's not quite respecting the branding guidelines.
But I think that the "4" font should be revised.
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