Design Archive

20 Nov 2017

Statement about LibreOffice Mascot Project

On Thursday, we came to the conclusion to close voting for the LibreOffice mascot in advance of the planned schedule in December. For a number of reasons, the process has evolved in a direction we were not

16 Nov 2017

LibreOffice mascot survey: The progress so far

As you’ve no doubt seen, over the last few months we’ve been looking for a LibreOffice mascot. This is just something fun for our community to use, for instance on T-shirts at events, so it doesn’t have

13 Nov 2017

LibreOffice Mascot: Iterating the submissions

tl;dr: Please comment at

The voting phase has been conducted with great success. More than 27,000 people had a look at the submissions and many voted on all items. Thanks a lot for your interest and

8 Nov 2017

Community-vote for the new ‘Getting Started Guide’ cover

The new release 6.0 of LibreOffice is just around the corner. And we also want to update the documentation for this release. We have three proposals for new covers and would like to know which one you

28 Oct 2017

Improvements to Lists in LibreOffice Impress

Enumeration of lists is one of the most struggled features in LibreOffice Impress. That is clear from the issues reported on Bugzilla tdf#103364 and tdf#103369 with over 100 bugs and enhancement requests, but also when

28 Sep 2017

A Flock of Hummingbirds: On the Search for the LibreOffice Mascot

tl;dr: Please vote on the LibreOffice Mascot until Oct/08th at (survey expired)

Additional to the unique branding of LibreOffice today, we want to introduce an alternative to TDF’s trademarked logo/icon elements that can be used by

28 Jun 2017

Competition for a LibreOffice Mascot

Java has the Duke, SUSE is known for its Geeko, KDE is going with Konqui, Krita welcomes you with Kiki, and Mozilla frightens the user with a Tyrannosaurus Rex. All major applications are

16 Jun 2017

What motif for the next release do you prefer?

We asked recently for branding proposals for the upcoming release of LibreOffice. The task was also announced on the job board of the Open Source Design group and we got a couple of replies on their

21 May 2017

Please participate in a survey about page margins

Margins specify the amount of space to leave between the edges of the page and the document text. You can define it for the left/inner, right/outer, top and bottom side individually. Page margins are

8 May 2017

Results from table styles survey

Table styles have been introduced in LibreOffice Writer 5.3 as the successor to the AutoFormat feature. The table designs from this old feature were used as the initial set of table styles, so we asked on