Instead of a blog post, I got sucked into working on Agile website content. It started with a really fast work session with @liam where we updated the ALF Slack to match our implemented proposal from last ∆-Up meeting.
Then I somehow got sucked into creating a whole branding guidelines page after stumbling on Slack.com’s branding page. It turned out awesome! I had already started organizing brand assets on a train ride home one day.
I also created an Adobe Library with a bunch of the assets in it. You can find it here: http://adobe.ly/1MJDQx7
So I took all those images, exported them into a bunch of different formats and dumped them into the ALC shared Google Drive. From there I had everything I needed to put together a resource page for people wanting to use our branding assets. This is pretty much limited to ALFs and ALCs.
There is some basic use information, logo trivia, shout outs to Eric Friedensohn (the designer). Then I pulled some stuff from Eric’s Logo Guidelines document into the page:
After that I added a section on the Newbie page:
But I couldn’t stop there! I then also added info about our new Virtual Culture Committee.
Also updated the membranes outline to reflect recent updates to that as well.
After 4.5 hours of this (I’ve started tracking my time more diligently) I realized I hadn’t gotten to the blog post I intended to write, so I wrote this one instead!