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[libreoffice-marketing] Re: [tdf-discuss] LibO program icon brainstorming


Hi Kami, all,

great to have you in our team!

Kálmán „KAMI” Szalai schrieb:

Hi All,

I do not know if there is any ongoing program icon redesign effort or
the LibO will save the OpenOffice.org 3.1 styled icon.

We will have to create our own icons - transporting our branding to the user's desktops.

It will have to be a concerted action for marketing and UX, so I moved this mail to the marketing list. Please follow up there...

I created a
draft for new icons where I used the TDF emblem as base, and the
color and symbols from OOo Icon.

I did the same, but used the LibreOffice colors (adding an ocher yellow for Draw) and kept the OOo2.0 symbols, because I didn't have SVG versions of the 3.1 icons at hand.

But it might be a starting point ...

I uploaded it to the wiki:
http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/File:LibreOffice_icons_draft.png

and added it as first item to the Branding Sandbox I just created:
http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/index.php?title=Marketing/Branding/Sandbox&action=submit

It is nothing special, just my
brainstorming idea to start discussion about this topic. SVG files
are attached.

As attachments are stripped off by the mail-server, please upload the files to the wiki.

Best regards

Bernhard

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