On 03/16/2013 08:09 AM, Erich Christian wrote:
Hi Issa, *
Am 16.03.2013 10:34, schrieb Issa Alkurtass:
Stefan Knorr wrote on March 15, 2013 9:58 AM:
To be quite honest, I don't think the colours of the webiste need
fixing, or rather: we shouldn't try fixing them with the old palette.
The new website is pretty good and enforcing the palette would imo
change it for the worse.
I disagree. I think the new website looks disconnected from both the brand identity and the actual
look of LibreOffice.
I did try to use the new LibreOffice 4 branding on the current website and I think it looks
absolutely beautiful https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/File:I_libo4header.zip
(Please ignore my lack of web development skills and just focus on the header :p)
Online for easier view http://vm13.documentfoundation.org/I_libo4header/
I do not know if I "truly" like the green in that header logo, but I
think it looks better than the black half-circle, or at least more
towards the "green theme" used by the rest of the web site.
Of course you do need to have a "link" or two more added to the list,
showing more of the same list as the original green themed web pages do.
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Since I took the header of the current web page to use it in a brochure,
here is the brochure with the header that is proposed here.
I do like this header logo design on the brochure, over the black
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