Merbivore.com - Mockups
james at plainprograms.com
Mon Oct 15 09:21:34 EDT 2007
On 10/15/07, Luke Sutton <luke.sutton at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> The colour scheme is totally flexible. This is just the scheme I got
> >> working after some initial playing about.
> > Also the "space" at both sides of the true content seems too wide,
> > hope that could be flexible/float.
> Possibly, although I don't think a flexible layout would actually
> work in the case. There isn't content to justify it. We can certainly
> experiment with that though.
Also, narrowing the column for content makes it more readable. I'd even look
to bring the margin on the content itself in some of the left, offsetting it
from the header. I wouldn't be afraid of the whitespace in this situation
since it is bounded by the overall container of the design, maybe we can
fill it later but I don't think it's a real problem.
> >> The 'logo' is potentially only temporary. I didn't put too much
> >> thought into it tbh.
> > I like it, but is a bit "too serious". The Merb logo that made to the
> > repo (with green colors) is not the same... the differ quite a bit :-P
> I didn't have the original logo to hand, and masking out the jpg from
> the logo was fiddly, so I hacked this together. As I say, it's
> temporary. I dunno, it's at least shiney like the green one :)
> I wonder, should we be discussing a logo as well?
A big "m" should suffice, or not.
>> So, what do you guys think?
> > So far, it's excellent.
> > I'll rearrange the order of reasons... the ORM independence is quite
> > important...
> I think I repeated a couple as well. They need a bit of editing I
> Thanks for the feedback!
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