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The User Experience team developes art, CSS, and other UI elements and is connected with the Dev team. Take a look around here, if you'd like to help, contact '''style@soylentnews.org'''.
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The User Experience team develops art, CSS, and other UI elements and is connected with the Dev team. Take a look around at what we are working on currently and what we'd like to start working on next, if you see anything you might be able to help with just contact '''style@soylentnews.org'''.
  
 
'''See also: [[Style]]'''
 
'''See also: [[Style]]'''
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==Current Projects==
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[[File:Appleicon152px.png|thumbnail|right|This is the apple touch icon 152x152px which might work for some products but it's too small for print.]]
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===Soylent Swag===
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*variations on logos for different products
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*flesh out the store with more options
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*come up with SN memes or nerdy sayings for products
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*need a square logo or "SN" for square products (see example right)
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**working with prospectacle on a monogram-type idea for subtle more formalwear
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===Topic Icons===
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*rand submitted a bunch of original topic icons
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**need to test on dev server (awaiting merge)
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**may need to add some new topics (work with Editor's Team)
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==Todo==
 
==Todo==
*new logo (cross-theme compatibility)
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*new logo for cross-theme compatibility
 
*update the comment expand/collapse buttons (cross-theme compatibility)
 
*update the comment expand/collapse buttons (cross-theme compatibility)
 
*update the fried/foe icons
 
*update the fried/foe icons
*Define single column layout requirements - nearly done.
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*Define single column layout requirements - see: [http://i.imgur.com/WVDZiAy.png this mobile layot sketch] linked on the [[MobileDesign| Mobile Design]] page.
*Work with FrogBlast to get the full icon set done - in progress.
 
*Review/upgrade logo/banner art (with FrogBlast) - in progress.
 
 
*Typographic and typesetting guidelines (with LaminatorX) - awaiting feature request, then work with CSS ppl on a specification
 
*Typographic and typesetting guidelines (with LaminatorX) - awaiting feature request, then work with CSS ppl on a specification
 
*Weekly comic
 
*Weekly comic

Revision as of 05:08, 20 July 2014

The User Experience team develops art, CSS, and other UI elements and is connected with the Dev team. Take a look around at what we are working on currently and what we'd like to start working on next, if you see anything you might be able to help with just contact style@soylentnews.org.

See also: Style

There's a lot of documentation on CSS work being done and you can find some notes on future UI Design here.

Who we are

User Experience Team Main Page

nick

position

timezone

mrcoolbp Interim Leader UTC-5
audioguy On Occasional Loan UTC-8 (PST)
FrogBlast Art Team  ?


Current Projects

This is the apple touch icon 152x152px which might work for some products but it's too small for print.

Soylent Swag

  • variations on logos for different products
  • flesh out the store with more options
  • come up with SN memes or nerdy sayings for products
  • need a square logo or "SN" for square products (see example right)
    • working with prospectacle on a monogram-type idea for subtle more formalwear

Topic Icons

  • rand submitted a bunch of original topic icons
    • need to test on dev server (awaiting merge)
    • may need to add some new topics (work with Editor's Team)


Todo

  • new logo for cross-theme compatibility
  • update the comment expand/collapse buttons (cross-theme compatibility)
  • update the fried/foe icons
  • Define single column layout requirements - see: this mobile layot sketch linked on the Mobile Design page.
  • Typographic and typesetting guidelines (with LaminatorX) - awaiting feature request, then work with CSS ppl on a specification
  • Weekly comic