I think that we have to trace a route for the graphic team:

1. The logo can be improved. Must we look for new options?
2. Color palette and brand identity guidelines.
3. Theming (Wallpapers, Login Screen, Panel, Notifications, GTK, QT, Openbox, ┐Kwin?)

Im working in some proposals for the first point, and slowly advancing in a panel theme (Cant we use opacity? Im trying with pngs, and rgba colors, but is not working, also the #VolumePopup is not taking the styles...)

On Tuesday, May 13, 2014 6:59 PM, Ryan Bramantya <ryanbram@gmail.com> wrote:
2014-05-14 6:41 GMT+07:00 Albert Westra <odysseywestra@gmail.com>:
Okay, thanks for response. I actually remember you, Jerome, from Linux Unplugged. Good interview by the way. 

Anyways, maybe we could contact Sam from the Moka Project to see if he can port his theme to LXQT. I think he has it working with KDE, so it shouldn't be too hard, but hey I'm not a developer. On my end, I'll load up LXQT and take a look at it. Then present some concepts to you guys. So as of right now you have 3 artists. ^^

- Albert

Hi Albert,
Nice to hear that you want to contribute to this project. I'm really sure that your contribution will make LXQt looks really beautiful. (^_~)

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