[ubuntu-art] Community toolkit?

Inayaili Leon inayaili.de.leon at canonical.com
Tue Nov 23 17:00:18 GMT 2010


At the moment there isn't a core CSS library that anyone can pick and use on their sites that integrates the Ubuntu brand guidelines. We are looking into it now, as we feel it's important and useful. We'll make sure to keep you posted as this develops.

Is there anything in particular I can help you with at the moment? Or do you have any particular questions?


On 2010/11/23, at 16:25, Сергей wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I've just tried to start working on redesigning packages.ubuntu.com, and I realized that there should be some CSS implementing Ubuntu website guidelines, and that I have no idea where to look for it. SVG source for Ubuntu pictographs seems to be released, but I have no idea where to look for it. Moreover, when I compare ubuntu.com, wiki.ubuntu.com (the new look), planet.ubuntu.com and spreadubuntu.org headers, I realize that I'm not the only one who can't find the code for it. Maybe we should put together a list of useful resources, like Canonical did (but focusing on reusable sources and so on, because Canonical already provides the guidelines)? The things which I'd include in such a list are: one unified website header implementation, CSS implementing the website guidelines, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/HumanityIcons/Guidelines, official pictographs, community pictographs (http://spreadubuntu.org/ru/node/508 and I hope there are more), a link to spreadubuntu.org in general. The best way for storing it is a wiki page IMO.
> Thoughts?
> Respectfully,
> --
> Sergey "Shnatsel" Davidoff
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