On Saturday 30 Oct 2010 12:17:20 Christoph Noack wrote:
Sorry this took so long, having problems with the list's spam filters, hanks
Florian for fixing that.
First let me say that these are superb with a couple of minor things that I've
thanks for the cleanup! And ...
Am Samstag, den 30.10.2010, 11:01 +1300 schrieb Ivan M.:
The number of proposals has grown considerably enough to (IMO) justify
their own page, so I have moved the proposals to the Branding section
of the marketing wiki:
There's a link to the new page on the Marketing Ideas wiki page.
... just a few words concerning your recent work: Absolutely great!
And a bit more specific:
* LibreOffice Banner:
* Nice refinement, especially the slight emboss effect for
the logo works great. Also the different shaped gradient
works very well ...
* I am only unsure whether the homogeneous background
pattern is still able to "repeat" the document icon
triangle idea. (It still reminds me of the stylish
elevator in "You Only Live Twice".).
* However, I really this style - should this be the basis
for the final LibO branding? (Without having any
deadlines in mind).
* Colors: Blue, green are great. For the orange, yellow and purple
color, the lightest shadings seem to be different from its base
color (e.g. the lightest orange looks a green on my computer).
I have the same colour issue as well and additionally the impress icon
lightest colour seems to have a bit much red in it. looks good in icon but
not so in isolation. The base icon also has a similar issue.
I'm sure you already invested some time, so this is intended,
or? So, how to proceed? May we start to iterate the current LibO
colors? Or do you think it might be helpful to further work on
your file? At your service, so to say ;-)
I'm also not so sure about the application symbols following OOo so closely.
I do like the ones in Clio's suggestion however, how they would mix with
your(Ivan's) framing would be interesting. However I will also state that
there is probably equally good argument to retain a Familial connection, so
I'm ambivalent myself, just putting it out there for discussion.
As a general comment, I am impressed as hell with the logo and the Docu bug,
it's simple, strong, indicative, unique and instantly recognisable. If I had
one criticism is that the Docu bug would be better as a dark grey rather than
black. The black on white background is a little harsh. I note that this has
been obvious to the creators as well because the Docu bug always seems to be
displayed on light grey BG which diffuses that harshness. A CMYK value of
around 10.0.0.44. looks good and from a visual marketing POV has a more
sophisticated reliable and modern feel. I've done an example which I'll put
up on the wiki as soon as it allows me, which at it's present pace will be
next week sometime!
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