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From Simon Metson <>
Subject Re: CouchDB brand identity and design of
Date Wed, 14 Apr 2010 12:10:38 GMT
	I think this looks really ace, especially the hand drawn diagram (I  
hope when you say "redone" you don't mean "done with straight boring  
lines in illustrator" ;)) I think some more space between the five  
text columns would be good, too. I'd maybe push the get it/see it/...  
up to align with the top of the Django quote and loose the odd red bar  
across the bottom (unless you have something slide-ppy planned for it?).
IMHO this is a huge improvement on your v1 - that really hurt my eyes.

On 14 Apr 2010, at 12:25, James Fisher wrote:

> OK, I'm still at the messing-around-in-Inkscape stage, but this is how
> things stand (ignore the schema diagram thing, which will obviously be
> redone):
> Hopefully I'll have quelled some people:
> * lighter, less saturated cyan
> * cushions obliterated; I quite like the new simple text approach with
> extremely ample air around them
> * logotype still in Candela, but with the extra padding removed
> * sponsor logos removed
> * content section widened to full width
> Comments?
> On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 10:30 AM, Julian Moritz < 
> >wrote:
>> Hi,
>> David Coallier schrieb:
>>> <snip>
>>>> Rest assured no magenta will be introduced :)
>>>> I've already lightened the cyan considerably.  I don't think it's a
>>>> fundamentally toyish colour -- see e.g.
>>>> palette.
>>>> After my harsh criticism of the "couch you'd never buy" earlier,  
>>>> I've
>>>> completely turned face -- I think (hope) I've put it in a visual  
>>>> context
>> in
>>>> which it's at home.
>>> <snip>
>>> I have to say that the design with the lamp, I quite like :) Sure  
>>> I'm
>>> not a designer or anything so my input will be quite limited,  
>>> however
>>> even though a bit cyanish it looks quite decent :)
>> I'm not a designer too and my opinion is not professional one, but  
>> I do
>> like the design too. The one thing I like more with the old design  
>> was
>> the sharp font face of the logo. I'm sorry but I can't help: the new
>> font face is too comic style in my eyes.
>> regards
>> julian

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