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Suggestion: provide some more marketing images

asked 2014-01-25 14:07:01 +0300

hardcodes.de gravatar image

Yes, there are some Jolla images but what I have in mind is something like one small company in Cupertino has in store: https://developer.apple.com/app-store/marketing/guidelines/#images

A screenshot put in one of those phone image templates appears more professional immediately.

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answered 2014-01-25 14:37:24 +0300

vattuvarg gravatar image

The current Jolla marketing seems to be very inside-out (unlike?) compared to Apple. The simple design of the phone with a clean onscreen design propped up on busy desks filled with stuff. That's usually what my working environment looks like (but I don't have a desk). The zen-like qualities of the phone radiates a calmness that spreads beyond the screen. The Red Bulb ambience on my phone has a very wonderful, primitive glowing feel to it. The design of the phone is... briefly put ...very focused. All distractions are left outside. An iPhone is usually presented in a minimalistic setting but the screen is crammed. I prefer the Jolla style.

Blanks like the ones from apple are nice for shops and ads, though. People are starting to ask me where they can buy a Jolla so why not add more marketing imagery? It's needed soon, it seems.

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That was by no means a criticism on Jolla's PR. No need to change the design in any way!

What I meant was to have some templates that developers can use to present their apps in some fancy way.

hardcodes.de ( 2014-01-25 14:43:35 +0300 )edit

I didn't read your proposal as criticism. The idea is good indeed. I just had some thoughts about how those images are used today, that's all.

vattuvarg ( 2014-01-25 14:58:02 +0300 )edit
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