Hi Christoph, all,
On 3/15/2011 10:04 AM, Christoph Noack wrote:
You're right, when I was making Scatter, I wanted people to see it in
its raw form which is most powerful.
I didn't think enough about the context (the letterhead) and it would
seem unruly now on paper letterheads.
One additional thing ... I also have a personal favorite (Scatter), but
it seems to be a bit troublesome with regard to the "letterhead"
approach. I fear that the addressee and the upper part of the text might
be hard to read. Maybe this is also valid for other "contexts" (Splash,
Website, Writer Background, ...).
But the Scatter Design is adaptable to even this purpose. In the
remaining days, I'll try and draw up
some quick rough drafts of what Scatter would look like in the contexts
you mention above, showing
how versatile the Motif could prove (like Ivan mentioned =)
Yep, that's what I envision the "Revisions" phase is for (though it is
only 2 days);
Might it be useful to e.g. vote for a version (from whatever author) and
create two more examples before doing a final decision which will have
some impact on the whole project? Of course, I'll try to help here.
That will give us time to muck around with the Motif to make it suitable
for different purposes.
And I don't know about you guys, but my files are usually pretty sloppy
during the Design-proposal phase.
So some time to "clean up" the loose ends will also be good.
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