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Hi all,

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As the author / publisher privileges can be bound to subsites, I want to discuss the main structure of the marketing related website.

Main area will be, I think.

But I'm not really sure for artwork and branding material and definitions.

There might be three or four possible areas

Personally I think art and branding are more than just sub-sets of marketing even if marketing material will be necessarily based on artwork.

Therefore I don't think a sub-area of marketing to be appropriate.

Branding can be seen as the official part of artwork, so the main area would be with some pages on branding, while other pages contain less official artwork.

On the other hand branding is much more than artwork alone - it is even more than marketing, because it wants to provide not only a consistent visual design but the optical reference of our goals and feelings.

It's about branding to create our working surroundings in a way people feel comfortable and love to work for the same goal. Those positive feelings have to be supported (initiated if necessary) not only for the community members, but for our users too.

But finally it's all about artwork...

My personal preference is

What do you think?

Best regards


I'd prefer even if is the more "serious" approach.

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