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From James Fisher <>
Subject Re: CouchDB brand identity and design of
Date Tue, 13 Apr 2010 18:57:52 GMT
I've no idea if I can attach PNGs here, but here goes.  Find attached one
proposed design.  Only Inkscape atm, but I should be able to convert to HTML
with little fuss.  A few notes:

* I threw away the font currently being used (I think it's Myriad, which to
me doesn't say "relaxation", and which I don't happen to have anyway).
Instead I went with , which I
really think fits.  It says "informal" without looking rebellious, and has a
definite lounge-y "don't get off your feet" feel.  As a bonus it's free and
will allow no-fuss @font-face use.
* I got rid of the green.  To keep things dead simple I switched to the
exact complement of the main red -- a cyan.
* The wording needs work and is partly placeholder, but hopefully I've cut
out the diving into terminology without it being (too) patronising.
* it's a bit messy atm.
* I'm not really sure about those cushions I hacked up.  The idea might be
alright, but the curveyness and gradients totally conflict with the CouchDB
* other points to make, I think, but I'm going to eat now.

Let me know if

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 2:05 PM, Noah Slater <> wrote:

> On 13 Apr 2010, at 13:54, James Fisher wrote:
> > Certainly will do.  I'm doing some rough sketches now; might get
> something
> > up in the next couple of days.
> Please take a look at these designs:
> Homepage:
> Homepage/Downloads:
> Homepage/Screenshots:
> Wiki:
> Wiki/Syntax reference:
> I think we all agreed at the time that this was a good way forward for the
> site.
> Search the dev mailing list for "Website redesign" and maybe get in touch
> with:
>        maddiin <>
> He was doing most of the work on this last time!
> Thanks,
> N

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