So, following @Josele13's idea this could be it:
@Flohack Do you need a rounded corners version for something? If you use the sqared svg UT takes care of the corners
We have finished a first draft for a Human Interface Guidelines wiki
It is basically most of the information we have been using until today.
Merge requests and comments are welcome
I have realized that:
What we do? Change the theme to match the default grey? Add an exception? Change the default button color to match the palette?
Left: default grey
Right: default neutral button palette specification
I have started this configuration file for Geany to highlight the element names.
It's not nearly finished but MRs are welcome
Thanks for the hype, notification and questions.
@3arn0wl I think we need some guidelines for dark theme, high contrast and colour blind friendly...
I cannot live without:
So, I think they¡re all?
I thought it would be useful to do a list of little templates, tools and maybe tricks to common problems we face when developing.
Do you want to share yours?
This week let's try a soft design extravaganza: Let's modify the UBports Installer that is in its way of upgrade.
To keep in mind:
Let's try something:
The File Manager icon set needs some love (basically, make an icon set).
Let's make a mockup for the home directory icons
To keep in mind:
@3arn0wl You are absolutely right. So, we need a plan
@3arn0wl I think we really should. Are we able to do that? I don't know
It's really nice to see that on every OTA we have more presence in the media. It's the second time, though, that I see articles that use pictures of devices with the old system look to portrait Ubuntu Touch.
This is a call to all photographer that want to share picture with a free license (for the media to be able to share) showing the good looking OS device that we have.
I would say: keep in mind to not to show:
Ouh, sounds like we need to have a conversation also on notifications but not in this thread.
So, @3arn0wl I agree, I love how the indicators work. They're easy accessible, swiping between one and another is cool but I'm sure there's room for improvement.
Just to be clear, as Rodney said, @Lakotaubp the indicators are the «panels» that you pull down to see the calendar, the bluetooth, wi-fi, etc.
They are not consistent: