Remember the new Ubuntu logo we leaked last year? Well, it just become official. Canonical unveils a redesigned logo ahead of April's Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.
GNOME devs plan a revamp of GNOME Shell's on-screen display indicators to make them more compact and more in keeping with the latest design changes.
We run through the many design tweaks made to GNOME Shell for the GNOME 42 release due for release in March. From darker colours to tighter margins.
GNOME’s Tobias Bernard has a new blog post out and it’s an essential read if you’re interested in the direction of the GNOME desktop. Reading rationale from the folks working inside of the project is […]
Canonical is prepping a "major rebranding effort" involving Ubuntu, say the Canonical Web and Design team. They also share a very intriguing image…
For 10 years GNOME shell has been based around a single panel stripped across the top of the screen — but this fundamental feature could be about to change.
As well as new features, Ubuntu 21.04 comes with several refinements to the Yaru GTK and GNOME Shell theme. In this post we share the most striking changes.
Fedora's new logo is ready for roll out. The new design mark and logotype were showcased in a recent community council meeting, which you can watch here.
Major GNOME Shell design changes are coming, but not everyone is please. GNOME devs share an update on their progress and urge users to 'wait' to try it.
What would a GNOME tablet user experience look like? These mockups from GNOME designer Tobias Bernard give us a pretty good idea.
Is an independent GNOME OS an inevitability? A recent blog post put out by GNOME designer Tobias Bernard certainly certainly makes a compelling case for one.
Once you know that the icon above, right is for Ubiquity, the Ubuntu installer, it kinda works okay as a motif. I say ‘kinda’ because if I take my eyes off the icon for a […]