Mozilla Business Cards


(Elio Qoshi) #1

Hello there!

Due to popular demand and the Community Design team together with the business card generator project being delayed, I thought it would be helpful for a lot of Mozillians to have access to the business card templates I designed last year for wide use within Mozilla.

I received many requests from various Mozillians asking to create business cards for them, but they were so many I was unable to handle them, so it might be helpful to have the source files available until we get around to build a card generator.

Here we go:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B8Re_N9nr8Y2RmxRZzViNE1QSm8&usp=sharing

Included are versions for Firefox Student Ambassadors, Mozilla Reps and regular Mozillians.
Each of them has a version where you can attach your own photo or use the general identity icon.
This is all kept within the Mozillians style guide in order to represent “One Mozilla” yet everyone having their own variation.

The files are created in Adobe Illustrator and should be editable also within Inkscape.

In the meantime, if anyone wants to contribute to help out with the online business card generator, feel free to write here! It’s desperately needed.

I hope this will be useful for many Mozillians and that we will do more awesome things with the Community Design team coming up soon!

Keep on rocking the free (and beautiful) web!


(Rizky Ariestiyansyah) #2

Ah I like this one @helios , thank you for inkscape support :smiley:

Just an idea, please create github repo, so we can contribute :smiley: cheers


(Daniele Scasciafratte) #3

The Card generator: https://github.com/MozillaKerala/Card-Generator

Actually the main problem that not support svg file because the php library that convert the html in pdf not support them.
This cards look different, maybe is the font?

Is possible have this card in svg format?

For problem in the generator open the tickets so We can understand the problems and solve them.


(Edoardo Putti [:EdoPut]) #4

Fantastic work @helios and thanks for sharing! The only problem I got into is that when I try to edit it in Inkscape it group most of the lines together and it’s a complete mess.

I tried to divide the group of text element but it seem unresponsive to my effort :frowning:


(Budiman Oktavianus) #5

thanks @helios :smile: for your best idea
God Bless You


#6

@Mte90 can’t we process the card without using php and a server? With pdfJS should be easy to manage the card generator, and there shouldn’t be problems with svg!


(Daniele Scasciafratte) #7

PDF.js get a pdf and rendering the content with javascript and canvas.
While the actual solution are html file that you can edit and converted in pdf.
The good news that yesterday was released the support for svg (https://github.com/dompdf/dompdf/issues/320#issuecomment-99001676) in the library used in this tool, so we need to await to the stable release this integration :smile:


(Rigin Oommen) #8

http://cards.mozillakerala.org/ the card generator is live


(Elio Qoshi) #9

Thank you!

I submitted a few issues here:

Let’s fix and polish these so we can have it ready for next year maybe?


(Elio Qoshi) #10

@Mte90 do we have any news about the SVG integration?


(Daniele Scasciafratte) #11

I’ve started to work on the SVG integration, fixed 3 ticket opened from @helios.
To finish the svg integration i’m waiting an help from the library that use the project to generate to fix a problem with the paper size.


(Daniele Scasciafratte) #12

Finished the porting of DomPDF 0.7 :slight_smile: now we have the svg support!
The project have 2 pull request :slight_smile:
The last thing to check if the size of the cards. As I can see they’re different second the country, in Italy they’re 8.5x5.0cm while i remember that the cards of @yofiesetiawan have a different size.
So i think that we can add that feature easily.


(Mijanur Rahman) #13

Thank you for live it again :smile: