On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 12:42 AM, diego montiel <veendeer(a)live.com> wrote:
> ok, right now I correct
> design-team mailing list
What about something more like this??
It fits the Southwestern motif as Mo pointed out, but isn't too
overused. I also think that the wolf fits really well with the fudcon
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I started to work on initial Fedora installer mockup. The concept is
based on openSUSE first screen installer (GRUB) and uses design team
default typefaces: Cantarell for the body and Comfortaa for the title.
Because it is my first time exploring that kind of layout, suggestion
and feedback are greatly welcome.
The idea came after reading Ananconda UX Redesign  aiming to bring
more polish to the installer. More mockups will come based on feedback
from UX Redesign.
Graphic & Web Designer
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Hi guys. As you might remember, I was working on updating the brand
guidelines to be more comprehensive of all of the different trademarks
Fedora uses (or have been ever since I started working on the draft
page). Turns out college is a *huge* timesuck and I need to start
working on offloading projects.
What I need is someone to step up and help complete the work on the
brand guidelines draft page to a point where we can get an OK from the
board and Legal, as well as help draft up changes to the trademark
guidelines page as necessary. Most of the work on the SVGs themselves
has already been done, so it's just a matter of translating those
guidelines into words.
I'll still be involved in the process. I'll still be running the
logo(a)fedoraproject.org queue (someone within Red Hat has to do this) and
I can help be a liaison between Red Hat's trademark people and the
I'll be asking for help at some point in the meeting tomorrow (Mo, can I
get a bullet point in the agenda?), but if you're interested and can't
make the meeting, reply to this on-list.
This is a significantly larger endeavor than the semi-bi-weekly design
team bounty, so if you help out, I will make sure something awesome
Ian Weller <ian(a)ianweller.org>
Where open source multiplies: http://opensource.com