[ubuntu-art] Art Director

Álvaro Medina Ballester xlasttrainhomex at gmail.com
Sat Dec 22 20:43:43 GMT 2007

I think you said that we can make some questions... here are mines (less to
more important):

1.- Andrew, do you think that Ubuntu can have a great design with
brown/orange shades?

2.- Do you feel that Tango icons are better than a more-realistic icons?

3.- Should Ubuntu has monocrome icons in notification area?

4.- This is quite off-topic, sorry. Some gnome developers are thinking about
changing gnome's visual metaphor, what do you think about gnome's desktop
metaphor? In wich ways should be changed in your opinion? And what do you
like about gnome?

Thank you very much Andrew.


2007/12/22, Troy James Sobotka <troy.sobotka at gmail.com>:
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> Greetings all.
> An art director / designer associate of mine has graciously
> accepted an invitation for an interview.  His name is
> Andrew Menzies ( http://imdb.com/name/nm0579980/ ).  He
> is formally trained in Architectural design and has extended
> his experience into art direction / design on feature
> films.
> Aside from being a great and knowledgeable guy, I thought
> that his insights might be able to elevate some of the
> principles and notions of art / design / etc. in Free Software
> if they were formalized into a 'Question and Answer' format.
> It will be certainly a single person vantage, but one that
> comes with a good deal of experience and training behind
> the offerings.
> To this end, I am extending this invitation out to all of
> the readers on the list (and I do mean _all_).  If you have
> a question of workflow / approach / etc., please feel
> free to offer it up.
> Sincerely,
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