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ok, i've reworked the banner, trying to consider all your suggestions,
but i didn't understand what's wrong with the spacing (point one in the

if you have futher suggestions, just tell me ;)

Am Samstag, den 26.02.2011, 23:22 +0100 schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
Hi Tobias, all

Tobias Bernard schrieb:

i don't know if we have enough fundraising banners yet,

Of course not!

But we need more different formats (as mentioned on the wiki page).

but here's one

Thank you for your work!

I like the general impression and the color language of green and grey - 
this perfectly fits to our branding in a way that doesn't mimic our website.

But there are some points I have to comment:

As the banner should be used on external sites, we  should remove the 
subline "The Document Foundation" form the logo. This subline should be 
reserved for our product and community, the websites and and officially 
announced spokespeople.

The word cloud is a great idea - I like it very much. But as the size of 
the words differ not very much, it is hard to get any information from 
that part. You have to follow the line of words - a bit tricky for the 
average visitor of a website. The green words stand out quite well, but 
"Help" and "Office" wont tell them not very much.

Perhaps we could try to reduce the size of some words and emphasize 
"create" (and "best", perhaps "office suite" too) by relative size and / 
or color.

With regards to the symbol I'd ask you to have a look at the branding 

(especially the first and fifth entry about whitespace and elements 
inside the symbol).

But as I already mentioned: The general impression is great. It might 
become the basis for a long-term banner to be used by marketing and web 

Best regards



ps: why does the the svg file have such an ugly preview?

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