In a recent interview (as of yesterday, 19 February) for DellVlog, Mark Shuttleworth says Ubuntu will finally change the default theme from Human to a "light theme". Here is the entire interview:
Anton, the developer of the New Wave Gnome theme has been working on a "lighter" version of his amazing theme [...]
Wasp, one of the Ubuntu Lucid proposed themes has been updated to version 0.8.
The new version does not require the Stylish addon for Firefox and also, there are not multiple versions anymore, just an editor you can use to create your own Wasp suited for your taste:
For new we can only speculate on how good Chrome OS will be or how it will look. But if you want something that might look like Chrome OS and still use your favourite Linux distribution, try Chrome-Like Theme Pack.
Recently we told you about Mozilla Firefox 4.0 theme mockups which were released by Mozilla Wiki.
The GNOME-Colors is a project that aims to make the GNOME desktop as elegant, consistent and colorful as possible.
Mac4Lin is a complete UI for GTK based desktops that uses a script which takes care of absolutely everything needed to make Gnome or Xfce look like Mac. The dock, the GTK theme, Emerald theme (window borders), new icons, new wallpapers, taskbar image, GDM themes, cursors, themes for Pidgin, Firefox, several players and even the system sounds will seem to be like running a Mac.
Among the things included in this pack are:
If you remember about the great 9 complete Ubuntu themes that also had a repository to install them (and for updates) and liked them, you may want to know that the author (zgegblog) released yet another great theme called Showtime.
I realized that I didn't wrote a post about Ubuntu themes since a long time ago. And now, I will post more themes for you. All of this themes are from gnome-art and available to download, I will give you the download links for each themes.
The upcoming release of Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex) is highly anticipated not only for the system enhancements it will likely get, but also for its new default theme. The visual refresh is a long time coming, so I expect the Ubuntu artwork team is cooking something good for all of us.
One of the most often mentioned concerns at the KDE booth at LinuxTag was the question if Plasma would force the user to have a black panel. While we did have a second machine showing another theme to resolve all doubts it showed that not all users now yet the power of Plasma theming.
I’ve enjoyed regularly changing up my GTK and Metacity themes, but until recently I have never switched to a new cursor set. There are many high-quality cursor themes available, and they are easy to install in GNOME.