Hello Marc, Tim,
Accidentally forgot to cc the list on this message from last night. Thanks for the reminder Marc.
Marc Paré wrote on March 26, 2013 8:49 PM:
Could we take another look at the pamphlet with the idea of keeping the
half-circle design and comment on it? Once we have tweaked the design,
the marketing team can get going on creating other pamphlets with more
specific content for different uses (i.e. community growth, conference
pamphlets, educational pamphlets etc.). We are in dire need of more
marketing materials and the marketing team is eager to get going on this.
If we are going with the half-circle then we should take the rest of the branding of the website.
I've made a version of the brochure with the website's font and colors (requires Open Sans
Please note that I didn't update the design nor the spacings to match the change, so it's more than
I actually like the half-circle design, it is distinct and easily
identifies our newest version of LibreOffice4. Prior to this we were
using our distinct "motif".
I really don't like it. Especially since it breaks the branding guidelines for the color (should be
white on dark backgrounds) and the website adds the 4.0 (which shouldn't be part of the logo).
I would like to see some kind of branding element that ties all of these
together rather than having all disjointed materials that make us look
like we are not cooperating at all between groups.
So should we make everything look like the website or the program, well, splash screen?
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