OK. A request for readers to put on their naming hats for a moment.
Picking a suitable 3rd-party UI libary was a no-brainer. Yahoo’s UI library seems to be the best-documented library out there and it has some pretty slick UI controls/components which I’d first looked at last summer when the library was first released. Seriously – if you’re a web-developer you should take the time to use Yahoo’s UI library – heck – if you’re a web-designer you should get up to speed on this stuff too as these are going to be the building blocks of web front-end development. I take my hat off to the YahooUI developers – this is a great collection of code with great documentation and examples. My only quibble is some of the CSS in some examples needs to be cleaned up (duplicate styles in external and internal stylesheets).
So, to get back to why I’m posting this – I’ll be introducing a new theme that uses the Yahoo UI library but I can’t just call it YahooUI because the YUI license won’t allow it.
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So my question is – what would be a good name for the following theme…?
Bear in mind this is just an early prototype and I’ve to add a lot more tools (resize, zoom, text, lomo, filter etc). Names that spring to mind right now are …
- My-God-Its-Full-of-Dialogs (too geeky)
- Tutti-Frutti (it’s Vanilla but with some Yahoo UI candy)
- Erm … that’s it. I’m crap at naming things
So – any ideas for a good name for the new theme ?
The more adventurous among you might like to take a closer look first. As always, comments and quibbles are welcome.