There are a number of buttons people can use to promote various things going on in the community, but there aren’t any buttons that promote Mozilla’s mission and how to get involved with what we’re doing. Thanks to Jamey Boje, that bug will soon be fixed.
The buttons above are a first pass to get discussion going. We’d like to hear from you to figure out what the next round of buttons should look like. We have a few specific questions and are also interested in hearing general feedback:
- What sizes do we want?
- Is this style on the right track?
- What tag lines should we use?
There actually are buttons still around that promote Mozilla’s mission, but they are a bit out of date. Even if the designs didn’t need an update though, the message does. Mozilla’s mission has evolved from being strictly about creating source code to building a better Internet and using software as one way to do that.
Note: If you like the old school design of these buttons, check out the buttons for hacks.mozilla.org. These do a great job of using this old style in a new way.
Here is another set of samples for a different size: