[Tango-artists] Icon ideas for gnome-color-manager
niklas.park at gmail.com
Wed Oct 28 02:52:28 PDT 2009
Great sketches Martin and a much needed project Richard.
Regarding the sketches: They seem to convey the function, but I think they
propably need to be modified to some extent in order to work in smaller
What is the visually most simple and least ambiguous way to communicate
2009/10/28 Martin Lettner <m.lettner at gmail.com>
> On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 12:37 AM, Richard Hughes <hughsient at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I've started a little project called gnome-color-manager. It's
>> designed to be a central place to install ICC profiles, assign ICC
>> profiles to devices, and manage all colour workflow in the GNOME
>> desktop environment. It'll also allow you to calibrate using a one
>> button click mechanism sometime in the distant future.
>> Anyway, I'm in need of a GPLv2 licensed project icon. At the moment
>> I'm using video-display, which kinda sucks in lots of ways. Ideally
>> it would be a very colourful icon with some notion of colorspaces,
>> brightness, contrast and that sort of thing. I'm also keen on not
>> having just a monitor with some detail, as gnome-color-manager has to
>> calibrate input devices like scanners and output devices like printers
>> to be even slightly useful.
>> Anyway, ideas and suggestions for icons please. I'll need 16x16,
>> 22x22, 32x32, 48x48 and scalable versions. A preview version of
>> gnome-color-manager will be licensed under GPLv2 and will be released
>> in a couple of weeks time.
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> Made a quick sketch with inkscape. I think about something like a pantone
> color swatch, or use the typical color gamut thing. Just to share my
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