Design/Whiteboards/External web banners

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    Design web banners and buttons for advertising LibreOffice on external web pages.


    • Follow the branding guidelines
      • Use logos without the subline "The Document Foundation"
    • Submit designs in SVG
    • Design for these sizes:
      • 80x15 sq. px.
      • 88x31 sq. px.
      • 110x32 sq. px.
      • 120x60 sq. px.
      • 125x50 sq. px.
      • 180x60 sq. px.
      • 440x64 sq. px.
      • 150x150 sq. px.
      • 250x250 sq. px.
      • 64*440 sq. px.
      • 728x90 sq. px.

    Relevant Bugs




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    Here are some kind of QR-Code-proposals made with the page Thanks to Russ Cox for this great page.

    98px 196px 392px
    Qr-f-98.png Qr-f-196.png Qr-f-392.png
    98px 196px 392px
    Qr-down-do-98.png Qr-down-do-196.png Qr-down-do-392.png

    I'm not able to test it, so someone else should do this.

    As the above codes add custom data to the URL, I created a quick unbalanced one using Qr-lo-download-errorcorrection.png

    Old proposals

    These proposals are not in SVG, so they would have to be remade:

    There are even more drafts, proposals and used banners in our wiki.