Hi Bernhard, hi Ivan, David, Mike, ... :-)
Am Samstag, den 29.01.2011, 12:11 +0100 schrieb Dr. Bernhard Dippold:
Hi David, Ivan, all
Hi Ivan, :-)
On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 06:34, Ivan M. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
+1 from me on that point - if we agree on a color, I'd be happy to do it.
I'd leave you to choose the color.
I would not use a different main color on the TDF page at this stage of development.
As long as TDF hosts mainly LibreOffice, their tight relation should be not only
shown by the same logo, but by the same color language.
I remember the recent discussion of changing/refining the LibreOffice
branding and the logo. So if there will be changes, I guess that the
logo is more related to TDF than LibreOffice ... so let's keep the
general branding, I'd say.
However, if it is about making obvious that users changed the page, then
small tweaks might be sufficient. If we consider the "competition", I'm
happy if people are aware of the close relationship between TDF and
LibreOffice - instead of appearing similar to OpenOffice.org, Microsoft
Office, ... :-)
If it would be possible, what would you think of inverting the navigation (dark green
or black text on light green background) as a means to differ between the sites,
while staying green in the main concept?
Good idea - worth a try!
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