Ubuntu visual identity

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Canonical

on 29 April 2010

Tags: Design

Drum roll please....
After a *lot* of amazing effort from the Canonical design team I am pleased to announce that preliminary Ubuntu visual identity is online and available to all!.

If you've never worked through such a process before the amount of work truly involved will astound you. Every piece fits perfectly into a well-thought master plan and is lovingly executed.

As this propagates throughout the project and materials it will become clear that everything fits together like puzzle pieces. Hats off to everyone who devoted their skill and love to make this a reality.

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