Le 2010-11-05 08:49, David Nelson a écrit :
On Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 20:06, Graham Lauder<email@example.com> wrote:
People will always have different associations for logos and that doesn't
really matter unless it has a high profile attachment to another brand or
similar. Now that I've seen so many other paper plane icons I'm thinking that
it fails because it is not unique. The page with the folded corner is however,
+1 for Lucas' paper plane. :-D
Personally, the "folded corner" doesn't trigger any such association
in my mind. I had to read that in the list to realize that's what it
was supposed to be.
At least the paper plane looks clearly like what it is. And,IMHO,
there weren't *so many* paper plane logos. Plus LibO's is likely to be
the most-recognized worldwide.
The important thing would be for LibO's paper plane to have its own
originality? Plus I feel the concept has a lot of flexibility and
Subjective thing. 0.2 cents. ;-)
I also like the paper plane logo. Most people will naturally assume a
paper product and I would think that this is a universal impression. We
can still create a unique style of logo, in this case, I favour the
trailing tail on the paper plane.
If we wanted to we could also move on to a form of animated gif-type
logo, the print version would be the static logo.
There are so many more forms of directions and styles that we could
develop for different use of LibO suite. The home version could have
more of the snappy and vibrant paper plane logo, while the
business/corporate paper plane logo could be more of a stiffer/staid logo.
The page with the folded corner just doesn't seem to have promise of
many more options that could offer the change to add a kind of
"coolness" and "snappy" feel to it.
Just my added thoughts.
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