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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] LibreOffice branding: shades of grey

Branding colors are typically static without a variation of grey. Imagine the Telekom magenta in a pastel tone. Or any other brand color with modification. But since this question is asked on marketing there might be different opinions - and we don't need to name our colors a branding.

On 09.07.19 12:12, Mike Saunders wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> We have various colours in our branding, as shown on the wiki:
> https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/Branding#Colors
> However, there are no greyscales there. Andreas Kainz (who worked on the
> NotebookBar in LO 6.2) has made some suggestions here:
> https://i.imgur.com/7quWJ0Z.png
> What does everyone think? They look good to me!

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[libreoffice-marketing] LibreOffice branding: shades of greyMike Saunders <mike.saunders@documentfoundation.org>
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