The Tux4Ubuntu project brings a touch of Tux to the Ubuntu desktop, with Linux mascot themes for GRUB, Plymouth, the Unity login screen, plus wallpapers and more.
The Papirus GTK icon theme is my favourite icon set, and the one you’ll spot most often in screenshots on this site. But did you also know that it’s available for KDE Plasma desktop too? That’s right. If you’re running Kubuntu, Netrunner or any other Ubuntu-based distribution running Plasma 5 you can install the Paprius icon set for […]
This post, How to Install the Paprius Icon Theme for KDE on Kubuntu 16.04, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
If you find yourself wishing your Ubuntu desktop had a splash more color do check out the two icon themes featured inside.
This post, 2 Very Colorful Linux Icon Themes, Both Newly Updated, was written by Scott Bouvier and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Plenty of people use the desktop dock Plank on their Linux desktop — and for good reason. Plank is a nimble, customisable desktop dock for Linux desktops. It supports Unity quick lists, app badging (aka ‘unread counts’), and hover effects; it supports a small set of of “dockets”, and lets you easily pin and rearrange dock items without needing […]
Spotify’s dark design is very much its identity. No matter the platform you use it on, the dark theme is there staring back at you. Until now. A bunch of ace websites, blogs and people I follow have spent the past 24 hours waxing lyrical over a new Spotify skin called Spotio. As an avid Spotify listener myself (although only […]
This post, Spotio Is A Light Skin for Spotify’s Desktop App — And It’s Coming To Linux, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
This is the Oranchelo icon pack for Linux, a flat, material design inspired XFCE4 theme that works great on Unity, GNOME and other Linux desktops.
This post, Oranchelo is a Flat Icon Theme for the Linux Desktop, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
People keep asking what GTK theme and icon set I’m using. I figured I’d be helpful. This is how to make your Ubuntu desktop look like mine.
This post, How To Make Your Ubuntu Desktop Look Like My Ubuntu Desktop, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.