November 21, 2009 • 15:22
Dia is known to seduce some system level designers and is used to describe different block levels for embedded design.
Fedora has just received some additional shapes for digital blocks which will improve user documentation experience, through neat functional diagram drawn by dia. They should reach fedora repositories in a day or two.
# yum install dia-Digital dia-CMOS dia-electronic dia-electric2
Filed under: artwork, fedora, Free Electronic Lab
During FUDConBerlin09, MairinDuffy mentioned some minor tweaks and recommendations to the design of the FEL website and on Fedora Hosted.
She designed the following sublogo (from official Fedora sublogo template) for the upper left corner of the site so the top header area can be a bit cleaner. Thanks Mo.
Filed under: artwork, fedora, Free Electronic Lab, FUDCon
Following the discussion with Rex and Kevin on #fedora-kde(on F8 ksplash), here are the constraints:
have a proper color gradient from the splash_top to splash active/inactive bar
the actual inactive/active bar is with echo icons but fedora’s kde uses crystal icons by default
not enough time before F8
My two mockups of F8 Werewolf’s kplash mockups:
Which one do you prefer ?
Filed under: artwork, fedora, kde