[development] possible theme?

Robin Monks robin at civicspacelabs.org
Thu Aug 31 16:21:24 UTC 2006

I give it a 4.8 out of 5 :o)


1) Posted......by....in.... text above the actual articles blends into the
article too much, hard to tell where it stops/begins.  And I don't like the
inline icon there, is looks more like a indent for some reason

2) Buttons are too squished, both inner padding and the spacing between them
needs to be increased, also, have you considering hanging the buttons below
the artistic line there, instead of above?

3) Forgotten password and account creation links under the login field look
odd centered with their bullet points flush left.

Overall, it's really nice, and definitely 1,000 times better than
bluemarine.  And, it does carry on the "brand well".  Good work!


On 8/31/06, Dries Buytaert <dries at buytaert.net> wrote:
> Hello world,
> is there someone else who likes?
>    http://www.drupalart.org/drupal48/
>    http://drupal.org/node/81217
> Personally, I think it makes for the best candidate so far.  It looks
> like bluemarine's pretty sister, and is what I had in mind.
> Let's avoid talking about the underlying XHTML/CSS: we'll worry about
> that in step #2.  Instead, let's talk about the aesthetics, the brand
> and the message this theme communicates.  On a scale from 1-5 (1 =
> "Argh, it hurts my eyes", 3 = "I can live with it", 5 = "Exactly what
> we need"), what rating would you give this design (not its XHTML/CSS)
> and why?
> --
> Dries Buytaert  ::  http://www.buytaert.net/

Robin Monks,
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