What's that sound? The sound of Rhythmbox meeting Elementary.
As wide in scope as the Elementary project has stretched in the last few years it is still one canon short of an arsenal - it lacks a dedicated Elementary-styled media player. ~jdorenbush over on […]
German designer Jan stopped by the OMG! mail box today to share his mock-ups for an Elementary style Rhythmbox and Evolution. “Today I did some mockup images for Rhythmbox and Evolution (mail and calenderview) how […]
I think Dan’s new teaser banner for version 2.5 of his popular Elementary icon set (of which the default Ubuntu Humanity icons are derived/based) tells a whole lot more than some textual padding from me… […]
The mystical and wonderful design prodigy of slurring Californian descent is back in action with this new-fangled design that tries to be a perfect file browser. Interested? Surely you must be after that hand-crafted sentence containing an abundance of adjectives. Hit up the break to see what's new with DanRabbit's "Marlin."
The wildly popular Elementary theme for Firefox we shared news of earlier this week is now available to download.
Elementary fans longing for a Firefox theme to match do not have much long to wait. The skin is the work of a Thomas 'Seahorse Pip' and looks every bit as sumptuous as you'd expect.
Okay – everyone knows that I – Joey-Elijah of the United Kingdom – am a massive Elementary theme fan but even I can admit to being surprised that the honourable Dan Rabbit has been working […]
Ubuntu user and graphic designer Half Left has put together several different Gnome-Shell themes, including this one based off of Elementary OS. I don’t know about you, but personally I’m a total Gnome-Shell hater. However, […]
Elementary users longing for some true Elementary-inspired Dropbox icons to use with the upcoming 0.8 release of the file-syncing application may wish to try the following icons, created by rugby471.Whilst we’ve featured many replacement icon […]
Elementary users wanting a consistent look to their notification area may find some of the following monochromatic icons perfect replacements for the unsubtle icons the applications mentioned ship with.
Most desktop e-mail clients share the same interface layout and feature set making them great for people with lots to manage but not so great for just using e-mail as e-mail. About a week back we interviewed Elementary project lead and Ubuntu designer Dan Rabbit. We spoke/probed him about a few things - the full interview of which is going up shortly - but we were finally given sanction to talk about an exciting new addition to the roster of Elementary inspired applications: