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From Mihai Ene <dkra...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: FLEX Logo Sketch
Date Fri, 06 Jan 2012 18:39:42 GMT
It's the first time i'm posting to an apache mailing list, so i hope this reaches everyone
This is one of the ideas, mouse-drawn (don't expect equal distances :) simple bezier curves).
The colors can be changed to anything else, so far it's blue/white for contrast.
* logo over gray background: http://cs.ibaneasa.ro/flex/flexlogoprop2-graybg.png
* logo over transparent background (white browser default): http://cs.ibaneasa.ro/flex/flexlogoprop3-blankbg.png
* transparent logo in blue background, adobe-style (white browser default): http://cs.ibaneasa.ro/flex/flexlogoprop4-adobestyle.png
(If the dns doesn't work or if it's too slow, try )
These are scalable, since they are vector graphics. They can also be scaled for a square container.
*Note* I've been using a similar logo as a custom icon, so it looks good on the desktop :P
Mihai Ene

 From: Jun Heider <jun@realeyes.com>
To: flex-dev@incubator.apache.org 
Sent: Friday, January 6, 2012 12:02 AM
Subject: Re: FLEX Logo Sketch

>> just out of practical concerns - does it look good
>> scaled down and in grayscale?
> I really like the way it looks but I agree with peter.
> I've always been taught that a good logo needs to be prepared to be scaled
> up or down along with needing to be able to translate to a 2 color look.
> I'm not talking monochrome but 2 color (black/white, 2 greys, etc) or
> inverted if running on a dark background.
> I worry that this design is too complicated for that.
> Just my 2 cents.
> -- 
> Jonathan Campos

I like the way this logo looks as-is but completely agree with Peter and Jonathan in regard
to scaling and grayscale concerns.
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