[ux] Internal launch of the style guidelines
ping at elioqoshi.me
Wed Sep 7 07:28:36 UTC 2016
Thank you Isabela for summarizing the process so well!
I met with Ame in Berlin last weekend and discussed how to move forward.
The style guide is ready now and we will be sending it your way by
tomorrow. That means, that I will be able to shortly present it at the
Tor Meetup in Berlin this weekend, and properly facilitate a session
around it in Seattle later this month.
@Jesse: There are different versions of the logo available, with and
without gradients, with different shades of green and purple and also no
consistent use of Font (Trebuchet, Georgie and Arial are used, which are
not Open Fonts). There exists various logos and subbrands when the Tor
logo could be simply used (Atlas, Orbot, Orfox etc.). Furthermore, Orfox
is violating Mozilla trademarks by using and remixing the Firefox logo
(we need to change that asap). These are obviously the bigger aspects of
this, however there are a dozens of other small inconsistencies which
need to be updated. I hope we can facilitate this discussion in the
I will keep you in the loop.
FLOSS Designer at Ura Design
Mozilla Tech Speaker
W: elioqoshi.me / ura.design
On 9/7/2016 01:04, Jesse V wrote:
> On 09/06/2016 10:27 AM, isabela at torproject.org wrote:
>> I am pasting below a draft for our internal launch of the guidelines --
>> it also exist in a pad if you have suggestions to the text please use
>> the pad.
> Could you clarify where we are inconsistent? I realize that
> stem.torproject.org and torproject.org don't look the same, but that's
> probably not what you really had in mind. Could you give some examples?
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