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3 versions of the crio logo with different color treatments - one on a white background, one on a flat blue background, one on a blue gradient background. on the left is a 7-spoke snowflake constructed from thin lines and surrounded by a 7-sided polygon, on the right is the logotype 'cri-o'

A logo for cri-o

Dan Walsh recently asked me if I could come up with a logo for a project he is involved with – cri-o. The “cri” of cri-o stands for Container Runtime Interface. The CRI is a different project – the CRI is an API between Kubernetes (container orchestration) and various container runtimes. cri-o is a runtime …

The Fedora Design Team's Inkscape/Badges Workshop!

This past weekend, the Fedora Design Team held an Inkscape and Fedora Badges workshop at Red Hat’s office in Westford, Massachusetts. (You can see our public announcement here.) Why did the Fedora Design Team hold this event? At our January 2015 FAD, one of the major themes of things we wanted to do as a …

A logo & icon for DevAssistant

This is a simple story about a logo design process for an open source project in case it might be informative or entertaining to you. 🙂 A little over a month ago, Tomas Radej contacted me to request a logo for DevAssistant. DevAssistant is a UI aimed at making developers’ lives easier by automating a …

A logo & icon for DevAssistant

This is a simple story about a logo design process for an open source project in case it might be informative or entertaining to you. 🙂 A little over a month ago, Tomas Radej contacted me to request a logo for DevAssistant. DevAssistant is a UI aimed at making developers’ lives easier by automating a …

The SELinux Coloring Book

Dan Walsh had a great idea for explaining SELinux policy concepts in a fun way – creating an SELinux coloring book! He wrote up a script, I illustrated it using my Wacom in Inkscape on Fedora, and we turned it into an opensource.com article. Still. We needed physical coloring books, and what better place to …

GTK3 UI Template for Inkscape

Suchakra asked me today if I had a GTK3 template for doing UI mockups in Inkscape, and I realized even though I had put one together some months ago, I never posted it. So here it is, enjoy (if you need a license, let’s say it is GPL+, attribute the GNOME project; the icons are …

Anaconda's flow

I took some time today to translate some of last week’s Anaconda whiteboards to cleaned up flow charts of the screens involved. I used Inkscape and Jesse James Garrett’s visual vocabulary templates to make these. Full screen flow diagram (click to download PDF)