[arch-dev-public] Freshen Arch's Graphical Identity (Logo)
dpmcgee at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 14:11:36 EDT 2007
On 10/15/07, Aaron Griffin <aaronmgriffin at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/15/07, Damir Perisa <damir.perisa at solnet.ch> wrote:
> > Monday 15 October 2007, Travis Willard wrote:
> > | 1) Size: 128x128 (larger?)
> > | 2) Should scale down to 16x16 (8x8? What's a good favicon size?)
> > i would rather define:
> > it should be available in a vector-based format - scalable
> > (base for any other format no matter how big or small)
> > .... in addition it should be still recognisable at 16 x 16 px
> > (8x8 is too small for anything nowadays... on my 155dpi screen i see
> > it actually as dot :) )
> > | 3) Should be representable in 2 colours.
> > if we want to be professional, lets be. we should define our own
> > colour palette and stick to it. the logo should be available in one
> > bright coloured version and one dark one (that is i think you mean
> > with "2 colours")
> > | 4) Should be an alternative representation of our current logo, or
> > | inspired from our current logo (ie. maintain the recognizability
> > | of the current logo)?
> > if we think over the whole concept, then no, it should be free. either
> > we make it open to anything, or we are just looking for a derivate of
> > the one we have.
> > lucky us, we are not a big company that has to change all the
> > letter-headings, the signs and all the printed material ;) ... i know
> > of banks, that spent multiple milions of CHF to change their logo
> > worldwide ;)
> > let the competition begin!
> I like all these ideas. Let us say that each submission needs 3 things:
> 1) A 128x128 logo (or vector)
> 2) A favicon
> 3) A CD cover
> Does that sound good?
A boot logo as well?
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