[Mageia-artwork] [RFC] Proposed logo guidelines
celine.harrand at gmail.com
Tue Jan 18 10:21:28 CET 2011
On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 12:02 AM, Caroline Garlatti <cgarlatti at gmail.com>wrote:
> Le dimanche 9 janvier 2011 17:52:28, Romain d'Alverny a écrit :
> > On Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 12:39, Olivier FAURAX <olivier at faurax.fr> wrote:
> > > Le 05/01/2011 21:51, Olivier FAURAX a écrit :
> > >> We need to find and discuss logo guidelines, and to see what we can
> > >> allow/disallow about the logo.
> > >> In this text, "logo" refer to the whole thing (cauldron, bubble,
> > >> "mageia" text). The "icon" is cauldron+bubble.
> > >> [...]
> > >
> > > Also, if you see modified logo in the wild, please report them.
> > Indeed. We might set up a form to help for this reporting.
> > > I just saw the logo from http://cia.vc/stats/project/Mageia
> > I don't know who put this one there.
> > > Modifications from original:
> > > - modified bubble width
> > > - gradient from black to grey, on the cauldron and on the bubble
> > >
> > > I think the modified bubble width is bad, it doesn't seem bubbles now.
> > > For the gradient, I think it should be "icon-wise" rather than applying
> > > to each bubble (+cauldron) indepedently.
> > Actually, the reference original is not really decided yet. And we
> > will have to discuss/work on this in the next days/weeks. We asked to
> > Caroline to check on this (and drafted a few versions then) and we saw
> > of her work this week-end on paper. She should post them here soon and
> > we can discuss on this. Nothing official to this point.
> Indeed, I was working on it. You can see my first draft here:
> We have tried to:
> - rebalance the logo: increase the size of the text and reduce the cauldron
> - apply a gradient to dynamize the screen version of the logo (the print
> version will be flatten)
> - introduce a color . This proposal offers the possibility to have one logo
> different color for each group (cf- Romain's mail_brand/logo management,
Congrats, the logos look great and well-balanced.
The colors and the gradients add freshness and enlighten the very bold
I wonder what it will look like with the color on the bubbles, the dot on i
_and_ the m letter, though.
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