On 04/09/2011 10:51 AM, drew wrote:
Found the pamphlet and opened it. Someone made it open where nothing
else is shown on the screen. I hate that. At least I remembered that
pressing Esc. brings me back to my normal desktop screen.
Did some work on the case artwork:
Have been working with some folks on the design list helping them review
all the varied images folks have used so far - and as part of that
compared the disc / cover from this DVD to the others.
Yesterday I then went ahead and tried to bring our design into a
recognizable branding using the new 'scatter' motif pattern.
As part of this I added a very light green background, but also took
care to do it as a single layer and ensured that all the other elements
had no extraneous white space - which means that I have a white
background version also.
Long story short you can see the latest idea I had for the cover on the
wiki page, mentioned above.
@Tim, Jeff, Dava and Dave (Marc rest!
Let me know what you guys think about this, please
Hey list :-o>- any comments on this design are eagerly welcomed?
How about modifying it to Letter size, for those who do not use A4 size
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