[p2pu-dev] release 0.4

João Antonio de Menezes Neto tonyhomes at gmail.com
Sun May 1 00:04:27 UTC 2011

Agree with John to use the schools landing pages to explore branding
I also thought now some other possibilities, as using the "Beta" tag Philipp
commented to write the name of the school + different color scheme/whole
different logo with same proportions for each school. Also thought of a
small "badge" at the end of the heading I proposed which would be the
Mozilla logo or the other partners logos (kind a "brought to you by..").
We can also explore the groups avatars to have some sort of half-opacity
strip generated by the system that identifies that group as a "Mozilla
Webcraft"', etc. Another important details would be to explore institutional
colors of the brands as the colors of the headings (see mozilla.org's
heading shade of red).


2011/4/30 John Britton <public at johndbritton.com>

> Definitely agree, school landing pages should have full on branding.
> Individual study groups should identify with the brand and link back to the
> main school page.
> We need to set the standard with SoW and make sure we do it in a way to
> maximize benefit for P2PU and partners.
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> On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 3:42 PM, Philipp Schmidt <phi.schmidt at gmail.com>wrote:
>> On 30 April 2011 20:29, John Britton <public at johndbritton.com> wrote:
>> > IMHO school logos should be more like icons, very simple and unobtrusive
>> We have to find a balance between desire to keep UI/X simple, with
>> needs/desires of our schools partners. At least in the case of
>> Mozilla, strong branding is important to them - and probably also
>> conducive to the success of School of Webcraft.
>> At least mozilla word mark needs to show up somewhere, and ideally we
>> can come up with a great SoW logo that combines both P2PU and mozilla
>> branding.
>> P
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