Hi Jeff, Drew, all,
Here are the updated files:
first with the contemporary logo design
[change pdf to svg again to get source files]
With the non-contemporary logo, as last night
Both have been adjusted to conform to the white space requirements.
Thank you very much! Now they fit with the Branding Guidelines.
One more nit-picking - please ignore it if you don't want to modify the
banner once more:
While the normal banner is symmetric, the contemporary has a broader
border at the left side, leading to a slightly asymmetric impression.
I don't know if this difference stems from the size of the filters
(invisible, but taken into account on centering), but you could avoid
this by keeping the pink background to the logo until the very end of
rescaling and adding the bleed border before it is removed or turned to
I suppose go with the contemporary design, just use your judgment when
you view it in the preview screen on the printers site - if it doesn't
look right to you switch to the other.
Thanks for handling this,
Thanks to you too!
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