[Community] OpenPhoenux Logo contest - Phase 2 (voting)
tigerred at gmx.de
Tue Jan 15 11:58:44 CET 2013
I voted for 5, 7, 8 and 10. I liked nearly all logos, so i did choose by
exclusion. 1 and 3 where nice eye-catchers, but i didn't find much
relation to the project. Second may be a nice backround picture, but i
think it's not scaleable at all. Number for droped out because of
scalability, too. The sixth i liked, but i find it too nerdlike, reminds
me somehow of startrek... Number 9 dropped out because i don't see a
direct connection with the tux. This project is about free hardware, not
software (despite the fact that we need software, too...) Proposal 11 i
can't connect to the project well, too.
Number five i choose because of its eye-catcher abilities. For scaling
small one may have to use the phoenix alone, without the device and the
whirls underneath. Number 7 i liked because auf it's simplicity. But i
don't know, if i have seen something like that already somewhere. I
think proposal 8 does connect at best with our devices. Maybe the broken
chain should be symbolised a little bit more clear. The 11th i chose
because it connects well to the fact that its about a hardware project,
the symbol alone is nice to use at small scales and i haven't seen much
symbols like that already (high recognizability)
so far, my 2 cents...
Am 14.01.2013 17:53, schrieb Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller:
> Hi all,
> we are currently running a logo contest for the new OpenPhoenux
> umbrella project that intends to cover all old and new openmoko
> We have received 11 proposals (and sometimes variants).
> You can now participate by judging the proposals. Please think about:
> • does it connect to the remains of the original Openmoko project ("Phoenix from the ashes")?
> • is it eye-catching, easily remembered, unique?
> • does it show some orientation towards future?
> • does it carry a positive, inpiring, flying, pushing attitude?
> • does it tell about "freedom & openness"?
> • do you feel that it represents "your" OpenPhoenux/OpenMoko community?
> • can it be recognized that it has something to do with wireless, portable devices (tablet, smartphone, gadgets etc.)?
> • does it look equally good in different sizes?
> Now please see yourself and submit your votes (up to 4 favourites):
> Please vote until Tuesday evening (15th Jan 2013, GMT).
> You may also discuss pros and cons as a followup to this mail.
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