Logo vote

Jacob Farber jacob.farber at utoronto.ca
Wed Apr 29 19:18:29 UTC 2009


Thanks for all the feedback!
Please note voting will be turned off in 20 mins.

From: Nate Angell [mailto:nate.angell at rsmart.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 1:42 PM
To: Jacob Farber
Cc: fluid-work List
Subject: Re: Logo vote

I'm a bit of a lurker, so maybe my vote counts less, but I think #2 is the hands-down winner ;)

On Apr 29, 2009, at 10:34 AM, Paul Zablosky wrote:


Given the choices, I'm going to have to vote for Logo 2.  The cogs in Logo 1 do not look like they are going to mesh -- I can almost hear that dreadful sound of a transmission chewing its own innards. (This from a person who keeps the layshaft<http://auto.howstuffworks.com/transmission1.htm> from a 1968 MGB as a desk ornament.)

Coming back to the fluid/droplet metaphor, I rather like the idea of using an image of droplets fusing, each with its own inner cohesion (there's a word from software engineering), but bonding according to natural laws (physics).

Paul

PS: I agree with Antranig about the kerning.

Jacob Farber wrote:
For the sake of expediency (we need to finalize these fairly quickly) I have set up a voting page.
Im sorry if not every piece of feedback has made it into these three choices, but time is pretty short (I've never made a logo in 1.5 days before :P )

Please vote!
http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Infusion+Logo
You need to be logged in to Confluence - when you are, just click the checkbox you like the best.

Hopefully we can put more time+effort into these at a later date.
Thanks again for all the feedback!
Jacob




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