#11 Fedora Workstation visual identity
Closed: Won't fix 2 months ago by catanzaro. Opened 2 years ago by ryanlerch.

Currently, when looking at Fedora Workstation, there are limited cues to the end-user that they are indeed using Fedora Workstation. When comparing Fedora Workstation to other GNOME 3 based operating systems, the current ways we differentiate our visual identity from these OS (the default wallpaper & logo and the logos on bootup and login) are typically obscured in a workflow where window(s) cover most of the workspace.

This causes the effect that when you are looking at the default desktop in Fedora Workstation, that there are no cues to the user as to what OS they are running.

We should come up with ways to subtly tweak the Fedora Workstation visual experience so a user or observer knows that they are using Fedora Workstation

See also, the visual identity wikipage:

Ryan is working on mockups for this for F27.

Metadata Update from @pfrields:
- Issue assigned to ryanlerch

2 years ago

Metadata Update from @pfrields:
- Issue set to the milestone: Fedora 27

2 years ago

Should we close this ticket ? nothing has happened here in a long time.

Or maybe we can keep this open and use it as the place where we look at Silverblue rebranding for the workstation.

This issue has no activity in over two years. Closing.

Metadata Update from @catanzaro:
- Issue close_status updated to: Won't fix
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)

2 months ago

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