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Just to put my 2 cents worth in this. . .

I created a logo for a local organization, several years ago. It looked good as a logo on a shirt, etc., but it was long and narrow - like LO logo.

When we decided to buy new shirts, sweats, etc., we decided to make a more "boxy" type of logo that would make it larger since it was almost as tall as wide/long. It shows up much better at a distance.

Yes, I like the current LO logo, but yes it looks small on marketing material/swag like shirts, sweats, hats, etc..

Most logos I have seen, lately, seem to be leaning towards both hight and width being nearly the same measurement.

I really think it would be nice to have a "second" logo that has a more "square" shape or at least not as "short" for the height. It may fit a lot more marketing situations better than the current logo.

On 04/26/2014 01:12 PM, Stefan Knorr wrote:
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Hi Robinson,

On 26/04/14 08:45, Robinson Tryon wrote:
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Looks good to me. :)

Is there an alternate logo that I could use in this type of situation?
I like having the Document Symbol present, if possible :-)
You could use just the document symbol. :/

Currently there are no alternative lockups for the LibreOffice logo.
Would be good to have such a thing...
However, the one obvious alternative lockup where the document symbol
would be centred atop the word "LibreOffice" (similar to the alternate
lockup on [1]) would not have fared better in your situation.


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