[kdenlive] Iwan's first website design proposal
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Thu Jan 28 14:53:40 UTC 2016
In my humble opinion:
- I prefer a professional look over a super-media-rich one, if Kdenlive
project is really addressed to professional users.
Iwan's tiger or megascreenshots is so presumptuous to look serious, but
has cleaner header (the top).
- I suggest to replace "Linux" by "GNU/Linux"
- I suggest to replace "Make great videos" by "Edit polite videos"
(indicating that Kdenlive is a video editor)
El 28/01/16 a les 04:28, Brian Cluff ha escrit:
>> To be blunt: not in a design I work on.
> Got it... this is your baby and you aren't actually looking for input
> from others...
>> I can only recommend to abandon the practice of using images with
>> text built-in in general,
> If I were to implement that header like that in a design the vast
> majority of the text would NOT be baked in. I had only envisioned the
> word KDENLIVE as being baked into the design, and not even that has to be.
> The header I did was literally something I spent 10 minutes on. It was
> only meant to get imaginations flowing. I was not suggesting that you
> stick it, as is, on the top of your design, or any design.
>> using images as headers because they are obnoxious and distracting. I
>> also advise against collages as they look unprofessional.
> It depends on what you are doing. Most other types of creative software
> such as blender, inkscape, gimp, etc etc can put the programs final
> output in the header of their website, which they all do. It's not
> distracting at all. In the case of kdenlive, what you are really
> showing off is the interface since there is no immediate way to show off
> the functionality. A perfectly reasonable way of showing off
> interesting bits of a potentially complex interface is to do it with a
> collage. The idea of a website for a piece of software is to grab the
> visitors attention immediately so that they will actually stick around
> and look at what you have to say. I would argue that having a boring
> header followed by a GIANT screenshot that you have to scroll past just
> to get to any real content is unprofessional and distracting.
> You're better off catching the visitor's attention with a nice header,
> and then putting the screenshot(s) on the about page (smaller versions
> that go to full size when you click on them).
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