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KDE Plasma Next Getting Better Logos & Icons

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Published on 17 March 2014 01:12 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE
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The KDE Visual Design Group has provided an update regarding some of their icon and logo improvements being done as part of KDE's Plasma Next and KDE Frameworks 5.

For those interested in some sketches of the new icons being worked on as part of Plasma-Next, over on the KDE VDG blog are a few snapshots and words about the latest visual design improvements being made for this big KDE update. So far the icon improvements are looking quite great.

Look for the official arrival of Plasma Next in June.

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