Re: [Gimp-web] GIMP Site Redesign

That version is definitely more up to date than most that are floating around, but I'd ideally still like to move away from the big, bubbly, glossy trend.  In the design community, this is a style that's years out of date and with trying to push usage to more mainstream demographics, I think it's a trend that would discredit our attempt to bill it as a modern, up-to-date application.

Let's try this- Let me take this version you linked me to, and see if I can take some of the "Web 2.0 Bubble" look out of it.  It might be a good middle-ground to please both current and future users.

Mike Finch

On Friday, March 9, 2012 at 10:17 AM, gespertino gmail com wrote:

012/3/7 Mike Finch <info 1sixty com>

6) In regards to the monochrome Wilber (please don't start throwing stones), Wilber is an awesome mascot/logo, but his current version is extremely dated.  With giving Gimp a new visual style, I think Wilber also needs a more modern makeover to appeal to a wider audience.

Kind of agree, but you used an old wilber. There's a more recent (and imho pleasing) version you could use.

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