[Design-team] Feedback for backgrounds

Paolo Leoni ulixes84 at yahoo.it
Thu Jul 30 13:45:25 UTC 2009


I agree with Steven and Nicu. I think that best candidates for official
wallpaper are:

* Tatica's "Pruebas"

* Samuele's "4 horses"

* Nicu/Mo's Underwater mosaic designs

Question: alpha banner can be generic (like F11 Alpha banner) or it must be
themed?

Thank you.

~p

2009/7/29 Steven Moix <steven.moix at axianet.ch>

> Hello all,
>
> As Nicu requested on his blog [1], I'm providing my very own personal
> feedback about the wallpapers displayed on [2]. I'll give my top 5 (in
> no particular order) with comments:
>
> * Tatica's "four foundations mosaic" has a clean design, not too
> overloaded. It's one of my favourite designs, but it has one flaw: it's
> a great but pretty generic wallpaper when it comes to the Constantine
> theme.
> * Tatica's "Pruebas" design is great, the buildings take a bit too much
> space but well, it's an alpha design. It fits the Constantine theme very
> well.
> * Samuele's "4Flowers" is clean, simple and beautiful. It should be a
> bit more "Fedora blue" IMO.
> * Nicu/Mo's Underwater mosaic designs are the most generic (in a good
> sense) and best design ideas IMO. They fit an oriental theme, they fit
> the Fedora colours and are not too overloaded.
> * Jayme Ayre's blue Constantine also has a great potential. It fits the
> Fedora colours, it's not too overloaded but it might have a
> political/religious connotation?
>
> I didn't chose most of the other themes for one simple reason: too
> overloaded.
>
> So here you go...my 2 cents as a standard user.
>
> 1: http://nicubunu.blogspot.com/2009/07/artwork-for-fedora-12-alpha.html
> 2: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/F12_Artwork#Concepts.2C_WIP_Designs
>
> Have a nice day.
> Steven
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