Although I didn’t have the intention to refer to the icons right now, Moka has a fantastic icon set that you can’t skip it ..can you? :)
I’ve installed Moka which is the application icon set, and Faba which is the folder icon set, both from Github, and I’m running them on the unstable GNOME ~3.13.4.[caption id="attachment_27272" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Moka on Shell[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27273" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Moka On Adwaita Light[/caption] [caption id="attachment_27274" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Moka On Adwaita Dark[/caption]
Adwaita or Moka? Speaking for my self only, I will go with Moka, with two notices.
- A. I don’t like much their symbolic icons. Maybe they should keep Adwaita’s intact.
- B. When there is an unsupported icon, it looks completely out of place coz of the special design of the rest ones, something that doesn’t happen at such degree with Adwaita icon set.
Moka of course offers more themes than icons, but since I have a newer GNOME version I can’t try them :/
There are so many good projects out there, and the developers dedicate months of work on them, but their web-pages suck. Personally when I see a poor webpage, I immediately lose interest to check the project or the product (eshop case) any further.[caption id="attachment_27276" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Simple homepage, awesome content!
Notice the beautiful “New Tab” icon![/caption]
Moka simply sets new standards in Linux projects web-pages design & functionality! I hadn’t seen their new site for a while, I just did, I just got speechless!