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Month: December 2011

Re: [trinity-users] Trinity Desktop Environment Feedback

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2011 22:04:36 -0600
> There is always this endless struggle to keep things simple and clean, and
> the struggle to make it look like less of an eyesore.
> Darrell has worked up a-lot of good ideas for the website ( strictly
> textual, not formatting ) but when we get the time to go back and review
> and make those changes, maybe we can take the time to quell any uproar
> about the appearance.
> I am interested in specifical thoughts regarding the website, "more
> professional" is hard for me to work with. Anything we can do to make it
> better is great, but we don't want to waste our time either.
> This goes for everyone, I'd love to hear some ideas,
> Thanks
> Calvin Morrison

I know it's not much help, but "polished" could be used as well as
"professional".  The only thing that comes to mind right now would be a
font size/style policy, to make the site look less thrown-together. 
Having only a handful of allowed font size/styles to choose from would
give a better impression of cohesiveness IMHO.  Such a policy would also
dictate which fonts to use for headers (and what constitutes a
header/levels of headers!) and main body text, etc.