Linux Mint has launched a revamped and revitalised homepage full of eye-catching callouts and snippets of info sharing why the Linux distro is popular.
Want to find more apps for the GNOME desktop? If so, you're gonna love a new website GNOME developers have launched which helps you do precisely that!
Some minor design changes have gone live over on the official Ubuntu website.
With every new release of Ubuntu comes a rare but welcomed update to the official website. Only a month away from Natty, the Server section of the website has been completely replaced by a new Business section.
We've had many different looks over the life of this site, so I figured it would be pretty cool to see how the website has evolved over the past year, especially for those who have just started following. Half a dozen screenshots of the site evolution after the break.
As promised, in this post I discuss the new website design, decisions I had to make, trade-offs and the process I went through to establish a nice style. You also get some "behind the scenes" images and information on the history of how the design was born over the last few months! Click through to read the full article in all its glory!
No doubt you'll notice something different round these parts. That's right, after two months of design and development, we have unleashed the new face of OMG! Ubuntu! So what's new? Make the jump to find out.