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Hi Bernhard, hi all banner friends :-)

Am Dienstag, den 08.02.2011, 09:29 +0100 schrieb Dr. Bernhard Dippold:
Hi Jeff, Drew, all

Jef Chimene wrote:
On 02/07/2011 08:05 PM, drew wrote:

The FODEM logo banner has been ordered by developers without 
involving the Design Team.  This might have caused Branding issues
I didn't know about before I looked at the photo:

Well, I have a look at that, since I brought the banner back to
Germany :-) The color change isn't that dramatic, but I used a "normal"
camera for taking the pictures.

The banner hasn't been ordered by developers, but (I assume) by someone
of the German team members. If you look closely, this is the very first
version of the logo - the space between TDF logo and the remaining items
is a bit larger. Thus, I assume that this banner had been created before
the branding guidelines were in place ... so no worries (for me).

It seems that the white space rules are disregarded and the color has
has turned to a more yellow tone during print processing...

Concerning the color, an additional thought: this might be the issue
Thomas talked about when using the CMYK issues (or replacing the color
with something that works).

Thanks to all who really care about we "look" to the rest of the
world :-)


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