I can agree, that the half circle does not really fit in, but the much
bigger problem is that the web page is not consistent! I mean, compare
the home page with the download page and the "discover it page". They
are all completely different, visually.
What I like about the current new design (hehe ^^), the one with the
half-circle is the fact that it looks really "fresh" and modern, if you
understand what I mean. THe one with the green header is more
LibreOffice-like but also more "traditional". I guess that it was part
of the redesign to make the LO page more modern. Maybe we should try to
combine the green header with the "modern" elements from the current page.
And of course priority one should be to keep the page consistent.
On 17.03.2013 12:33, SteveBell wrote:
Just a "me too". The half black circle looks disconnected to LO. The green header is much better.
Everyone I talked to today preferred the green theme for the opening
page of the web site, over the black half circle theme now used for that
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