Hey Mick, it looks great. I'm not a designer either and the video was
recorded after a couple of hours playing with inkscape, so I'm sure
there's a lot to improve there too. I would not be offended either if
someone comes with better tips or a simpler video! :)
On 18 June 2012 12:48, mick fuzz <mick...@clearerchannel.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 12:20 PM, Jos Flores <josmas...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey Mick,
>> sure , there is a challenge for that! ;)
>> Have a look at https://p2pu.org/en/groups/how-do-i-make-a-badge/ >> Not sure it's a 100% finished but will give you a good idea of the
>> process, and we provide templates for inkscape and instructions on how
>> to get it done. Shout if you need any help!
>> Regarding the set of security badges; will let someone else reply to
>> that (but you can always go for one and see how it evolves).
> The video there was very helpful. And although I'm not a designer I came up
> with the attached.
> I guess that this may do for a temporary one to see ho w it goes. But I
> would not be at all offended if someone came up with something better.
> The space involved limited me to not including security or mozilla or
> thunderbird on the graphic.
> I'll keep working through the rest of the challenge to work on the
> requirements. I'm also going to reach out to other networks I'm involved
> with to see if I can get some other peers on board to help admin the
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