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From Alex Hugh <alex.hug...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: logo contest closed
Date Wed, 18 Jan 2012 17:37:18 GMT
Hi Doug,

I have a real concern as to how reliable the voting works when we want to
choose the best logo for Apache Flex, remember
this is based on quantity, not quality. The idea is bad.

Can I suggest that you should invite the right designers in Adobe, Leo
Burnett, Ogilvy, etc to do the voting and not us since
we are not truly the best person to decide. I believe choosing the wrong
logo will tend to give the wrong impression and purpose.

Thanks.

Hugh.




On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 12:57 AM, Dany Dhondt <archemedia@mac.com> wrote:
> +1
>
> -Dany
>
> Op 18-jan.-2012, om 17:47 heeft Doug McCune het volgende geschreven:
>
>> One additional thought... what about removing the authors names and even
>> randomizing the list of entries now that the contest is closed? This has
>> two effects:
>>
>> 1. People aren't swayed by who created the logo (as much). People
certainly
>> wouldn't be swayed by seeing votes come in for a certain person's logo.
All
>> you'd see are votes for entry numbers.
>>
>> 2. People are forced to look at every logo again. Since the rules of
>> submission were that you were supposed to submit and then update the same
>> preview URL with any updates, there may have been updates to various
logos.
>> Lazy voters might look at a submission entry in the list and already know
>> how they are going to vote, but the logo might have been changed since
they
>> originally looked at it. If we anonymize and randomize the entries then
we
>> force people to look at each one during the voting process. It will take
>> longer, since voters can't just skip over ones they know they don't like,
>> but given the fact that logos can change since they were submitted I
think
>> that might be more a pro than a con.
>

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