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On Sat, 2011-01-29 at 06:42 +1100, Nik wrote:
Hullo Design!

On 1/28/2011 4:38 PM, David Nelson wrote:
Hi Ron, :-)

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I'll definitely post all your work on the site, as I
mentioned before, but would just like to see a green light from
Christoph and the guys, beforehand, in case any slight alterations are
requested. If they don't respond after a few days then I'll take it as
a go.
I'm sorry to be a pain, but can we put a quick freeze on the 
I never like slowing down work but I think the banners need refining 
before they become publicly available.

There are few pieces of feedback I'd just quickly like to blitz through;

You should probably sit down before reading my next comment.

Can we have a bit of iteration before one of these goes live?


The MimeType icons deprived Bernhard, Christoph, Jaron and Paulo of 
sleep for WEEKS, before it was "official".
Every Design element we make inconsistently now will increase the amount 
of effort to get it overturned and improved later.
Does anyone remember a certain seagull-shaped logo that stubbornly held 
it's decrepit ground?

I hope this gets interpreted as helpful feedback and not b!tching/lecturing.
I'm just genuinely concerned about what we put out for the public to 
see. And a lot of people might see these.
Sorry if I came across rude; no sleep.
And sorry Ron, I'm not having a go at you, it's just a touchy matter?


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