christopherrowson at gmail.com
Sat Jun 16 09:31:43 BST 2007
I've uploaded a new revision - This one changes the links to the
getting started page to official ubuntu ones as suggested by Alan P.
Hey Alan - thanks for replying :-D
> Personally I find fancy fonts slower to read, so my inclination would
> be to use the layout and content to grab attention rather than the
> font, but it is a matter of taste.
I suppose the style is a matter of personal preference really, but
that's the great thing about using open formats and publishing things
on the wiki I guess.
If you like the text, feel free to use it in a different style of
leaflet, you could then change the fonts and colours etc to target
another specific target audience. The reason I chose the fancy fonts I
suppose where as I had a teens to early 40s demographic in mind which
I guessed may be more receptive to the funkier kind of text.
> Good Chris. I wonder if the yellow text will have sufficient contrast
> for a fleeting scan read - maybe move towards a more orange ?
I used ubuntu orange but on second thoughts you're probably right - it
might be a bit hard to read.
> missed it - the folded leaflet is a nice format I have found, and when
> used, the second side obviously plays its part.
> alan cocks
There where two sides to it ;-) Try downloading the pdf version and
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