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Hi Christoph,

We gave this idea a quick run, and it really did not work out for the entire menu system, either 
logically or esthetically...
It actually breaks the system at some places. Fixing that would take enormous time and effort.
Given that we are so close to the D-day, any rethinking on the site would affect the overall 
readiness of the site. 

So it is better to keep this for later! Maybe we will call for a full review. :)

BTW we desperately need graphic designers to spruce up the site with some clip art/icons. 



Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2011 10:26:57 +0800
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-website] Thanks and Thoughts (was: Re:      [libreoffice-design] 
UX/Visual Design Description (Draft) [...])

Hi Narayan, guys :-)

On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 10:02, Narayan Aras <> wrote:
@location of "why" pages:
Logically, the reader should come across "why Libreoffice" right AFTER "what is LibreOffice?".
So we may have to rearrange this. David?

Hmmmmm... Personally, I really don't honestly see any problem with the
Why pages right where they are... But i know it will mean a big
rearrangement of the content and a lot of work at a point when we are
nearing the release, when there is a lot of other important work to
do, and when I don't really have much time for it...

@Narayan: We can talk about it together. If you have any brilliant
ideas, I'm all ears. But the prospect does *not* fill me with joy...

@Christoph: So where do you suggest we put these pages then?

David Nelson

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