Meeting minutes - 16/09/2005
mmunoz at capstrat.com
Thu Sep 15 18:10:36 UTC 2005
On Sep 15, 2005, at 1:59 PM, Peter Jones wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-09-16 at 02:01 +1000, Colin Charles wrote:
>> * Logo - First round at: http://www.capstrat.com/development/
>> Infinite freedom isn't decided as the slogan, but the general
>> is that the logo is loved. Concentrate on logo feedback today.
>> Color can
>> be fixed later (like Legacy or something)
>> Is the 'f' too subtle? Do we need a name?
> Somebody suggested I should comment on the list, so here goes ;)
> On the whole, I like the "infinite freedom" concept, and I like the
> f-infinity teardrop logo. It also makes a great icon.
> I don't like the 'f' in the wordmark; it seems that it should be more
> similar to the logo. I also don't like the 'a'; it doesn't really
> resemble the logo (as the intent is noted to be), and the wide
> style makes the wordmark feel asymetric. But that's just nit-picking.
> The real feedback I have is regarding the logo placement with
> respect to
> the text. There's a big field of heavy, dark color in the logo, and
> placing it caddy-corner to the right the text creates a lot of
> space around it. The combination of the two draws the eye away
> from the
> text very, very strongly.
I see what you're saying, but I look at it differently. I think of
the dark shape as a visual device to pull your eye through reading
the word fedora.
> This is obviously why the subproject logos all have the text on the
> right side rather than the left, but it's still very, very strongly
> weighted to the top and right.
> Also, it kindof looks like a cartoon thought-balloon with that
Thought-balloon, voice bubble, that's what we were going for.
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Matthew Muñoz | Capstrat | 919-882-1975
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