On 03/14/2013 01:10 PM, Stefan Knorr wrote:
Hi Webmaster, (not sure what your name is)
first, thanks for creating the brochures!
it would be cool if you could change the colour of the logo in the
half-circle to Green 1 (or if that doesn't work because of contrast,
another green) from
Otherwise, we end up with a very ugly colour split between the half
circle and the green body text. (The problem is that the colours we
have on our website now have nothing to do with the defined
LibreOffice colours – a situation which isn't great, but well, it has
arisen – partly because the new website was designed without any input
from the design list.)
Some other issues I see:
* I sense the cover page has a logo too many, so could you maybe try
to remove the half circle image from there? Also, is it really
necessary to have the half circle logo on every single page of the
brochure? That seems very aggressive to me.
* The cover page has the words "free office suite" on it twice –
* I am not sure what this is supposed to mean: "The TDF/LibreOffice
Community – Fantastic Community." [seems redundant too] (it's on the
page to the left of the cover)
* imo, there is no need to capitalise all occurrences of "free" and "no"
* the ≈'s between different parts of the brochure don't look very
pretty to me, tbh – maybe you could just remove them and instead
increase headline font size slightly?
* another pattern of redundancy is in the feature descriptions of the
Writer ≈ Word Processing
How about removing the part before "Word Processing"?
Does that help?
Tim L. is the name,
living in Elmira New York, USA [summer home for Mark Twain]
I used the logo design from the web site. Yes, I love the green, but
since the new 4.0 book[s] use the black half circle design, I used the
same theme that is expected.
The black on the top of each page is a design "theme" that has been used
before to keep all of the panels starting off with the same "display"
for the "product". I would love to have each panel as its own
information that does not spill over to any other ones, but that does
not work for this information.
The wording of the "Fantastic Community" was part of a different
marketing slogan that I was told should be there. I have been working
with Marc Pare with the wording changes from a 3.3.x era brochure.
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