[ubuntu-art] New member (Sweden)
martin at blecket.org
Fri Jul 29 19:02:20 CDT 2005
Hi everybody. I'm a newcomer to Ubuntu, but I really like my first few
days' worth of impressions. I'd love to help out with the (so far very
good-looking) graphic design of this distro.
I consider myself most skilled in the areas of typography, 3D-graphics
and photography. Is anyone in charge of delegating work here? What needs
to be done?
I liked the first impression of the desktop, with its yellow/brown
colour scheme and the very nice wallpaper. However, after a couple of
days, the brown menu bars are getting less pleasant, and the standard
anti-aliased font is also getting distracting. Viewing an anti-aliased
font on-screen at small sizes isn't optimal, I think. It would be better
(more legible) to have a crisp font. I would suggest changing the fonts
and altering the colour scheme slightly towards a more red/yellow tint.
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