Hi Nik, *,
Am 10.03.2011 18:25, schrieb Nik:
Hi Ivan and Design!
Today is the last day for adding motif proposals to the Wiki page;
I've added mine (at the bottom). And a very hasty description because
I'm running short on time.
Mainly, my theme centres on the "collaboration/community" aspect. And
some exploration of the clipped corner.
Most of my shapes occur in "six-sided configurations" to reflect the
Good luck with your own proposals. Remember, they don't have to be
perfect, they just have to be ready enough to be voted on.
We can refine them as a team a little later.
Hopefully we can stick to the proposed timeline and go to a vote end of
now for some feedback....
When I saw the 6 for the first time I would take OpenBook. But after a
while I think that the first (MessyStack) looks fresher.
First I was irritated by the transparency of the messy pages.
The logo is quite good and on the right place. It was my first eye catch
on this shape.
Maybe we can make 6 sheets and on the left edge of each sheet we can put
one of the coloured triangles
The logo isn't shown as good as in the others
Proposal: The same with the pages and the coloured triangles as in
There are three motifs to look at: on the left top, on the right top and
on the right bottom. My eyes are irritated where to look.
It looks a little bit like in the seventies (1970s). In Germany we had a
'Pril' flower that looks like it (a dish detergent).
I can't identify what the motif on the right side is. For me it is a
green, transparency big point. Nothing else.
I think the logo should be on the right side.
It seems to be very restless for me
These are my personal non designer opinions.
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