[Artwork] Ubiquity Slideshow discussion.
aldomann.designs at gmail.com
Wed Aug 21 11:14:16 UTC 2013
Talking about the elements distribution, I have a question for you, guys.
Which proposal do you think works better:
- http://cl.ly/image/3O2z3a3i330I (similar to Ubuntu's. It allows to
show a bigger area, but details are lost).
- http://cl.ly/image/1g0p3P1s381s (like Ubuntu's but showing in real
- http://cl.ly/image/0T0j2M3M443k (similar to Xubuntu's, I think this
one looks great and allows us to show a big enough area of applications and
stuff) Notice that this one would require to change a bit the CSS code
(the screenshots are actual code, except from the images, which are
post-edited), but it shouldn't a big deal.
Feel free to make any suggestion.
On 21 August 2013 13:11, Alfredo Hernández <aldomann.designs at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Ali,
> As you offered your help on the process of updating our *
> ubiquity-slideshow*, here I have some requests, and some stuff I want to
> discuss on.
> First, what do you think about these slides:
> 1. Welcome screen (as seen on Ubuntu).
> 2. Desktop features (an overview of GNOME Shell) [not sure if
> necessary, but I really like the way Xubutu show their desktop elements and
> I thought we could somehow do the same].
> 3. Web browsing (as seen on Ubuntu).
> 4. Online accounts (I think this is a must-have).
> 5. Office applications (showing LibreOffice and [GNOME] Documents).
> 6. Media (music and videos).
> 7. Photos (as seen on Ubuntu).
> 8. More apps (showing the Ubuntu Software Centre [correct me if I'm
> wrong, but it's installed by default, isn't it?]).
> 9. Accessibility (not sure about this one, but I think the work done
> by the GNOME Desktop team is really impressive in this aspect and lots of
> users will thank it [also, it's not a feature that's discoverable by first
> sight, so it'd be nice to show it in here].
> 10. Get help. Links to askubutu, the IRC channel, the wiki and similar
> In order to get these slides I looked into the features the other desktops
> promote the most on their slides and also what features are shown on their
> respective websites. I think the slides are quite illustrative of what the
> user shall expect from their desktop experience.
> Now, in another matter, I need some info about the defaults... What is the
> title bar button distribution? I'm not sure if *:close* or *
> PS. I will probably need your help on writing the descriptions of each
> slide. As soon as I have everything structured I will give you a touch.
> Regards, Alfredo.
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