Meet a fancy pack of Ubuntu phone OS-inspired wallpapers
Along with swiping gestures, fully enabled screen-edges, exciting native apps, etc, the recently announced Ubuntu for phones comes with a definitely interesting status-aware home screen.
Essentially, a rounded shape constantly exposes system notifications, such as missed calls, unread emails, etc, allowing the user to enjoy a both pleasant-to-the-eye and filled-with-functionalities home screen.
mivoligo (third-party developer) created an interesting desktop wallpaper based on Ubuntu for phones' home screen, basically, adding the dotted rounded shape and its behind "clouds" on top of a red-ish background, wallpaper that presents itself as simplistic yet elegant.
Furthermore, Michael Hall took mivoligo's wall and created 7 variations of the
Inspire background, adding various labels to the wallpaper, such as
Upstream, labels implemented with specific colors.
The SVG images are available for downbload on http://ubuntuone.com/6NZ9FlU6TbNcrh9qbMtjts
Inspire (SVG) image is available for download on http://www.mivoligo.com/d/inspire-wallpaper
In order to add personal text labels/descriptions to the wallpaper, open the SVG files via Inkscape, then
right-click on the text (such as Go)-->Delete and add new text via the sidebar's
Create and edit text objects.
The wallpapers are licensed under Creative Commons, Attribution 3.0.