[Consortium] Call for a redesign of the Made in Linux Vol.1 cover
contact at leonard-ritter.com
Wed Nov 8 14:06:45 EST 2006
but what is your problem with this version? actually i prefer it over
any of the other designs. all we probably need is a version with some
background color and gradient in it, but i find it to be very sleek and
but, sure, i could do one as well, but i need some help:
can you give me some of the philosophy behind this cd... what is the
message? "using linux for audio will make you powerful"? "help us make
linux audio great"? "eat more fish"?
when i look at the cd, what kind of feeling should i get? is it happy?
or futuristic? or critical? promising?
who is this targeted at? newbies? coders? musicians?
and why is the title "tux power"? i assume you use "tux" because you are
tired of saying "linux" or "software libre" over and over again. and
"power" is obvious i guess.
help me to get some associations and ideas.
On Thu, 2006-11-02 at 13:38 -0500, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
> Greetings all,
> I guess the title say it all. The current cover does not reflect the
> "rebranded" name of what is soon to become annual series. So, the things
> that are needed/incorporated and/or to be considered:
> 1) We need to "retitle" the cover so that it is called as follows:
> Made in Linux Vol. 1
> Tux Power
> This way every volume would have its subtitle.
> 2) We need 2 versions, B & W and color.
> 3) We also need the front and back sides of the CD jewel case (currently we
> only have the front), as well as the CD cover itself
> 4) Obviously, the cover needs to be made entirely in Linux.
> 5) the design should be more elaborate but should also be easily
> transferable between B & W and color.
> 6) There should be some kind of a permeating theme which can be easily
> changed for each release so that generating covers for future CDs is as easy
> as changing the color hue on the entire cover.
> 7) Obviously linuxaudio.org logo should be incorporated (although it does
> not have to be the prominent part of the design).
> The old cover can be downloaded here:
> Everyone is welcome to participate in this process.
> Best wishes,
> Ivica Ico Bukvic, D.M.A.
> Composition, Music Technology, CCTAD, and CHCI (by courtesy)
> Virginia Tech
> Dept. of Music - 0240
> Blacksburg, VA 24061
> (540) 231-1137
> (540) 231-5034 (fax)
> ico at vt.edu
> Consortium mailing list
> Consortium at lists.linuxaudio.org
-- Freelance Art & Logic
More information about the Consortium