So I wanted to add some of my own opinions on the concepts.
On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 6:43 PM, David Kabala <djkabala@...> wrote:
> Here are some of the Logo/Banner concepts that have been produced.
> Mike Rinnan
> <--Group A-->
This set of concepts is professional looking. I like the shape, and the use
tree-like grouping of data assembly. However, I feel that is "feels" a lot
like Microsoft Windows and corporate branding. Not that this is necessarily
a bad thing. I would like to see some concepts around this set with
different color pallets.
> Amy Dixon
> Izaak Moody
> <--Group B-->
I really like how these concepts are on-par with some other modern
branding. The style feels similar to Android OS, Apple applications, and
even Firefox branding(a little). This group is my favorite, as I feel it is
in line with other modern branding, is really recognizable, and could be
used successfully for marketing.
> Amy Dixon
> <--Group C-->
> Will Schneller
> <--Group D-->
I like the professional look of these logos. I feel that they aren't as
memorable as Group A-C, but could be refined to get to that point.
In conclusion, I would be happy with most of these designs, with may
favorites being group B. I would like to see further revisions of Group
A,B, and C with some other suggestions, comments from other OpenSG users.
> Please let us know what you think.
> David Kabala
> On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 1:40 AM, Dirk Reiners <dirk.reiners@...:
>> Hi David,
>> On 01/13/2010 10:44 AM, David Kabala wrote:
>> > OpenSG dev team, and OpenSG users,
>> > In light of the recent discussions on OpenSG 2, some of my artist
>> > would like to contribute some ideas for an OpenSG branding logo/icon.
>> > some of these icon/logos are acceptable, then we would love to
>> > them.
>> Sounds great. Carsten is right that it's not the most pressing need, but
>> if your
>> artists have the time it would be time well spent.
>> > Would this be welcome/needed/important?
>> I think so. The Beetle is nice, and I like the spirit of it, but it's
>> getting old...
>> > What,if anything, would you like to see for the logo?
>> Honestly I'm pretty open. Given that one of our core distinguishing
>> factors is
>> multi-threading something threaded might be interesting, but other than
>> that I'm
>> > On the technical side, we are interested in making the logo in the svg
>> > format to allow for scaling.
>> SVG would be fine, we can always bake it into an image if needed.
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