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Hi Jaron and Ivan,

2011/1/12 Ivan M. <>

Hi Jaron,

Thanks for joining in this effort - it's much appreciated and it's
great to have you on board!

On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 7:45 AM, Jaron Kuppers <>
Hi again!

Here is my Impress logo proposal.  I didn't have time to do the template
high contrast; if people like the proposal I will try and do them

The 'mountain' image really stands out on this icon because the colors
are so different (on the Writer icon, the sky in the image went well
with the overall blue of the icon, as did the green). So, for this
icon, I would suggest something like a pie graph, or just getting rid
of the image altogether (unless you can find an image design that
works well with Impress's oranges/brown colors?)

One more suggestion: I think the inner rounded rectangle frame could
be taller (going upward) by another 8-10 pixels on the 128x128 icon.
Christoph's Writer icon [1] is taller in this respect and it would be
good to have consistency in the size of the icon's inner

+1 on both of these.
As for the symbol, how about just a title and a big pie chart, maybe a
descriptive line of text below it (as presentations really shouldn't have
much text, because reading occupies the same part of the brain as listening,
whereas purely visual information occupies a different part).



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