More posts about “Tobias Bernard”

GNOME Shell for Mobile is Shaping Up VERY Nicely

ET, Phone GNOME – work to bring GNOME Shell to mobile devices gets a boost thanks to a grant from the German Ministry of Education. Demos n' details inside!

31 May 2022

Hot Topic: ‘Every Preference Has a Cost’: Dev Explains the ‘GNOME Way’

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 […]

13 July 2021

GNOME Designers Explore a ‘Bottom Bar’ Layout for GNOME Shell

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.

8 April 2021

New GNOME Tablet Mockups Tackle Window Tiling

Purism and GNOME design team member Tobias Bernard is back with a fresh set of mockups for Phosh, the GNOME Shell mobile UI.

17 April 2020

Do Ubuntu’s Custom Changes Make a Standalone GNOME OS More Likely?

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.

29 March 2020

GNOME Shares Designs for a Native Camera App

GNOME design team member Tobias Bernard shares mockups of a possible new GNOME Camera app for use on the Librem 5 Linux phone and beyond.

14 February 2020

Should GNOME Drop Support for GTK3 Themes?

The GNOME desktop has a problem — and we’re (partly) all to blame. Most of us enjoy customizing our Linux desktop to suit our preferred tastes. A dash of colour here, a splash of translucency […]

16 October 2018