By Knut-Jørgen RishaugKJrishaug. Monday, June 27, 2011 9:28:23 AM
We've been pixel crunching up until the last minute for Opera 11.50.
The team has designed a brighter, lighter UI to complement Opera's fast rendering engine. This is one of several phases of project Featherweight.
A big thank you for those awesome pixels and late hours to:
Jan Henrik Helmers
The highlights of Featherweight in this release include:
- Brighter overall color schemes, softer gradients
- New toolbar button styles without borders
- New icon styles for use directly on the Aero glass effect
- Always-present zoom slider on the status bar
- Extra Polish for Speed Dials
- Updated window gradients to better fit in with Lion for OS X
Download Opera and spread the Featherweight wealth!
Follow the latest in Featherweight on Opera's Desktop Blog
By arnfinn. Tuesday, December 21, 2010 12:55:06 PM
Vodacom in South Africa is giving you the change to win a brand new Mini Cooper convertible!
The cars has decal designed by Opera, and it can be seen in the streets of South Africa now.
Read more about the Vodacom campaign here
By Truls Hauglandtrulsh. Tuesday, November 2, 2010 11:42:33 PM
Today we launched Opera Mobile 10.1 beta promo page for Android (puh!) and our designer Oleg Melnychuk
made some nice graphics. While the beta itself is coming soon, here's a list of stuff you can look into (wallpapers, competition etc.) regarding the launch
By Truls Hauglandtrulsh. Friday, October 29, 2010 3:16:55 PM
We're currently looking for a Motion Graphics Designer and a Senior UI Graphics Designer.
So if you're interested or know anyone who might be interested in working for a known brand with over 140 million users worldwide, enjoy fuzzball and free friday beer, please check out the links below ... Motion Graphics Designerhttp://www.opera.com/company/jobs/opening/273/Senior UI Graphics Designerhttp://www.opera.com/company/jobs/opening/271/
By Truls Hauglandtrulsh. Thursday, October 28, 2010 1:09:29 PM
Seem to have forgotten about this one ... But let's try to pick it up again ... starting tomorrow
By Truls Hauglandtrulsh. Wednesday, July 7, 2010 1:25:29 PM
Today we launched Opera Mini 5.1, which improves the experience on phones with low memory. The effect: it's now optimized for more than 3000 phone models ... which is a lot! : )
To celebrate, we made some wallpapers, showing off a few of the phones. You can download wallpapers here
(or here: 01
) and read more about Opera Mini on www.opera.com/mobile/
or download from m.opera.com
Enjoy! : )
By Truls Hauglandtrulsh. Thursday, July 1, 2010 2:06:34 PM
Opera 10.60 was launched earlier today. The news is Geolocation, improved support for advanced Web standards such as HTML5 and WebM video, search suggestions and it's of course faster than ever!
The dark speed dial boxes has been replaced with white clean boxes in wide screen format and a default background image has been added. Some nice transitions has been added to switching / dragging tabs, tabs preview, and visual tabs.
On the website, we've updated the campaign graphic but continue with the "small, fast and beautiful" hummingbird theme. We've also made an update to our download button. We decided to go in the direction of a darker and more Opera branded download button, in line with the design of the opera.com top navigation. This way we'll more clearly state that you're about to download an Opera product, than with the previous version.
Regarding the button, is this the way to go? Should download buttons use green or blue color by default, or should it reflect the brand? Download Opera 10.60
, or read more about it here
. To test geolocation visit our Live Map
and check out if anyone else is using Opera 10.60 in your area : )
By Truls Hauglandtrulsh. Friday, June 11, 2010 12:57:28 PM
We made a minor update to the top navigation on opera.com yesterday. We want to give more focus to our great community and developers. As we are closing in on 5 million My Opera
users, and our developer tools
are used by more than 100.000 developers each month, it's about time to give them a more prominent spot : )
So, we decided to add community and developer to the top navigation, and move press and business section to the company section and give them a more visible space in the footer. This update should give the top navigation a less corporate and more user oriented feeling.