rising: (the cadre: flower)
[personal profile] rising
Was looking through colours, and decided to make some EasyRead themes!

Theme name/layout: Aqua · EasyRead
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Light on dark, with not too much variation between the different text colours, and a text colour that is desaturated enough that it's easy for me to look at on the dark background.

Theme name/layout: Desert · EasyRead
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Pretty standard dark on light, with a pale yellow background rather than white, and a gentler blue/brown link scheme.

Theme name/layout: Desert Dark · EasyRead
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Light on dark but not too dark brown, slightly mid level contrast overall.

Theme name/layout: Mint Julep · EasyRead
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Dark on light, with obviously, a pale green theme for the background/entry background/header colour.
musyc: Stock photo, tinted purple, of large boulders in fog (Purple: Rocks and fog)
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I noticed EasyRead could use some low contrast options. Any feedback/suggestions for improvements would be welcomed. I don't need low contrast, so these work for me, but I want to be sure they're accessible.

Theme: Low Contrast Blue ♫ EasyRead
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Theme: Low Contrast Brown ♫ EasyRead
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Theme: Low Contrast Green ♫ EasyRead
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Theme: Low Contrast Grey ♫ EasyRead
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Theme: Low Contrast Pink ♫ EasyRead
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Theme: Low Contrast Purple ♫ EasyRead
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rising: a figure bending over a ship that seems to glow (the cadre: blueship)
[personal profile] rising
Reused colours from other themes that worked to make some themes for EasyRead.

Theme: Full Sky // EasyRead
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Theme: Like Light // EasyRead
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Theme: Slowing Down // EasyRead
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rising: octopus! (the cadre: octopus)
[personal profile] rising
Three for Compartmentalize, one for EasyRead.

Theme: Spectrum // Compartmentalize
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Theme: Spectrum II // Compartmentalize
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Theme: Spectrum III // Compartmentalize
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Theme: Spectrum // EasyRead
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zvi: self-portrait: short, fat, black dyke in bunny slippers (Default)
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This is, in some ways, a proof of concept for something I suspected was true but wanted to find out for sure. I made a color theme for every current official style to match this year's NaNoWriMo webbadges. Once I worked out the basic color scheme, I was able to port to most system styles with minimal adjustment. A couple of branchandroot's styles call the color of an element from a non-standard place (e.g., the footer link in Stepping Stones gets it color from the pagetitle), a few I adjusted for minor aesthetic reasons (usually adjacent blocks of the same color making an odd shape), and I did Transmogrified completely differently because the alternating entry colors can be controlled via the wizard.

They are, at the moment, all named NNWM 2009, but that might be confusing. If I could get comments on that as well, I'd appreciate it.

the themes )
zvi: self-portrait: short, fat, black dyke in bunny slippers (Default)
[personal profile] zvi
Theme name/layout: Easyread
Author: [personal profile] zvi
Layout info: http://www.dreamwidth.org/customize/advanced/layersource?id=73107
Image info: none
Notes: This is a one-column style with a wide reading area.

Themes: High Contrast White, Easyread (green), High Contrast Black, High Contrast Black and Yellow, Low Contrast Orange, Clovers!, Toros!, High Contrast Blue and Yellow

Theme name/layout: Modish / Clean Sheets
Author: [personal profile] zvi
Layout info: http://www.dreamwidth.org/customize/advanced/layersource?id=74743
Image info: none

Theme name/layout: Modish / Plastic Grass
Author: [personal profile] zvi
Layout info: http://www.dreamwidth.org/customize/advanced/layersource?id=74744
Image info: none

Theme name/layout: Drifting / Idolatry
Author: [personal profile] zvi
Layout info: http://www.dreamwidth.org/customize/advanced/layersource?id=74749
Image info: none

Theme name/layout: Drifting / Go
Author: [personal profile] zvi
Layout info: http://www.dreamwidth.org/customize/advanced/layersource?id=74750
Image info: none

EasyRead

Aug. 23rd, 2009 08:28 pm
jeshyr: Blessed are the broken. Harry Potter. (Default)
[personal profile] jeshyr
Theme name/layout: EasyRead / Tabula Rasa
Author: [personal profile] rb
Layout info: CSS is available at http://notdoneliving.net/dw-easyread.css
Image info: Has no images

You can see this layout being used at my journal [personal profile] rb.

This very plain/simple layout is optimised for users who have low vision and use very large font sizes (think >36 pt, I usually use 128pt fonts) when reading long slabs of text. As you can imagine, most styles totally fail to be usable at these huge font sizes.

I have no knowledge of S2 or how to convert this theme into a "proper" DW style, and no spare energy/spoons/brain cells to learn how. [personal profile] afuna said to post it anyway and somebody else may do the converting for me so here you are! If anybody'd like to volunteer to help, please please please feel free :)

I set this up by choosing Tabula Rasa with no sidebars and pointing the CSS at the file above, I don't think there was anything else? I'd really like the stuff in .module-section-one to come out *above* the main content but I don't think this can be done with just CSS, I need the HTML output to be in a different order - hence the need (I think) for a patch.

Please somebody let me know if I have totally screwed this up! As you can see, I'm rather short on confidence here.

Ricky

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