I’ve been using and enjoying the products of the Mozilla project more and more lately. I’ve been hooked on Mozilla Firebird for a while, and my recent Mozilla Thunderbird theme was my first real contribution (if you could call it that) to the movement.
I’m very interested in the success of the project, and so I have written a short article outline some recommendations and ideas for branding Mozilla.
For those too lazy/busy to read the article (or those who understandably might value their time more than my words and ideas), here’s the 10-second version:
The Mozilla Project should adopt a simple, strong, consistent visual identity for the Mozilla products including consistent icons across applications that mesh with the host operating system.
Read the article in full and please feel free to comment in reply to this post.
Branding Mozilla: Towards Mozilla 2.0Recommendations for the branding and visual identity of the Mozilla Foundation’s product and project line.