On Sun, Jan 20, 2013 at 10:13 PM, Charles-H. Schulz <
My personal feeling is that Alexander 's work looks really professionnal
and nice. Matus's design has interesting aspects but there's something that
looks just unfinished and indeed "childish' for a lack of a better word: is
that the choice of primary colours and simple shapes maybe? Obviously
Matus' work is finished but I just prefer Alex's designs.
Well, the simple shapes and colors were what we called for -- it's a
characteristic of Swiss design. We chose to go with Swiss style, as it
represents simplicity and celebrates typography.
The choice of colors is greatly restricted by the guidelines , so we
can't blame Mateus for that either. (BTW, his previous proposal 
proposed different colors.)
Alex's designs don't actually follow these guidelines, and the designs will
have to be changed if we want to consider them (as we've posted on the ml,
g+, and fb).
N.B. These are my views only and not the ones of the BoD.
:) Alright. We'll keep them in mind.
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