From: Rob Stewart (stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-10 10:24:09
From: David Abrahams <dave_at_[hidden]>
> "Jonathan Turkanis" <technews_at_[hidden]> writes:
> > Reid Sweatman wrote:
> >> It might be salvable, though. I liked it a lot, just thought it too
> >> close. Got to looking more closely and noticed that you can (if you
> >> eliminating the half closest to the "ship." Just suggestions. It's
> >> the flu meds, y'know? I'm a zombie right now.
> > It would be easier to follow if you would post some examples.
Most definitely. That also doesn't fit the minor alterations
theme I proposed.
> >> But it would have
> >> been my first choice, too; ought to be some way to rework it while
> >> keeping the essence.
> > Unfortunately, the contest is closed now. I don't think we can open up one of
> > the logos for major redesign without doing it for the others.
> Maybe we should do that. We've learned a lot since this started.
Since most of the submitters aren't graphic artists, they have
learned a lot from the discussion, too. I'd really like to see a
number of the logos reworked.
> We can always give an extra award to cover our learning experience if
> any logo designers would feel cheated.
Do you mean forcibly select the best from the current crop plus
start a new round to select the real logo? I guess that would
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