|Re: front page layout [message #5366 is a reply to message #5311]
||Mon, 09 May 2005 18:47
Originally posted by: andrew.geraghty.javalin.ca|
Thanks for you feeback. The plan is to move away from frames all together
and maximise real estate. There has been some discussion around best
practices for achiving this. Please see the thread called "Identfied
Benchmark Sites - discussion" We have not yet discussed a palette The
intention of this particular treatment was not to change the overall look
and feel of the site, however a highlighted objectives of the project is to
"Reflect the professional character of the Eclipse development platform and
its community." Where we will be looking to separate ourselves from run of
the mill sites in both design and function.
"Eugene Kuleshov" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'd like to point out to the efficiency of screen estate usage for
> http://www.eclipse.org/phoenix/index.html page.
> It seems that there is lot of unused space in the top and left frames.
> So, I think that it would make more sense to integrate the left-side
> navigator into empty space of the top frame.
> Also, entire page look somehow disballanced. It will make sense to
> either use blue but not gray colors for borders and backgrounds in the
> main frame (that should make them look more separated from each other) or
> change color for the navigation bars to white/gray palette.
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