One of the most relevant new features of Ubuntu 18.10 is its new GTK theme and icons. However, there are other themes to enrich even more the visual aspect of Ubuntu. For example, Nordic Theme.
At the moment there is a great love for dark themes, and an example of this is the implementation of Apple with Mac OS Mojave. In addition to being pleasing to the eye, they improve the productivity and health of our eyes. So, they are a success in this modern world.
In Linux, we have many dark and well-implemented themes like Nordic Theme.
Nordic Theme for Linux
Nordic is a Gtk3.20+ theme created using the awesome Nord color palette. This ensures that your components are subtly careful with design and color matching. Making the subject very delicate for our eyes, thus improving our computer performance.
A great advantage of using this theme is that it is released under the GPL 3 license, i.e. it is open source and can be used and modified to our liking.
Install Nordic Theme on any Linux distribution
As I said before, it’s a GTK theme that requires at least version 3.20. In short, it is compatible with many Linux distributions such as Debian 9, Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 18.10, Linux Mint 19, Arch Linux or Manjaro.
First, download the theme using Git. Open a Terminal and run:
:~$ git clone https://github.com/EliverLara/Nordic.git
When you finish downloading the theme, you will have a folder called Nordic in your current location.
Now you must move it to the ~/.themes folder. If the folder doesn’t exist, you have to create it.
:~$ mv Nordic/ ~/.themes/
Now, select the downloaded theme from the tool that has your distribution. In the case of Ubuntu, open the Tweaks tool and choose the Nordic theme.
And now, you can enjoy your new theme installed.
One of the most enjoyable features of Linux is its ability to customize. Every day many GTK themes are published and with this new trend of dark themes appears Nordic.
Tell us, do you like this topic? do you use it? do you know others? let us know in the comments.
Previously we talked about Flat-Remix theme. You can read it here.