[ubuntu-art] Inconsistence of gradients and artwork colors

j Mak joz_mak at yahoo.ca
Sun Apr 2 23:44:39 BST 2006

Daniel Borgmann <daniel.borgmann at gmail.com> wrote:

Same goes for colors, some variety is not evil but can make a theme
more interesting to look at, especially in the long run. Curiously you
don't see this obsession with uniformity from the closed source
desktops. While you might personally not like the variety of colors in
Microsoft's offering or the multiple styles used by OSX, it apparently
works quite well for them.


                                        Red and orange are among the most difficult colors to handle in the entire color spectrum. IMHO, none of those are suitable for desktop use.  From the psychological point of view orange is too disquieting and from the visual point of view too busy. The best solution would be, dropping it completely either by choosing a more pleasing, a more soothing color, or just going back to the original chocolate theme.  Still time to accomplish this. 
            J. Mak

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