[EuroPython] Re: can we have a new logo for EuroPython?
tom at aragne.com
Thu Feb 5 15:00:06 EST 2004
Mmm, I find it strange to change a logo. Companies are mostly terrified
if they have to change their logo?
We could perhaps add a phrase and change that one each year. But
changing a logo? What's the point then of having a logo?
Why is there a need for 'something has changed' in a logo? Do you want
to change a logo each time we change of country where the conference
will be organised? I would rather stick with the logo, but add a phrase.
Laura Creighton wrote:
> I think that people are just a tiny bit bored with the same logo, so
> if you could just change it a bit, not enough to lose the brand
> definition, but enough so that the message 'something has changed,
> pay attention' gets out there, then that would be great.
> But I can let the rest of the people speak for themselves...
> In a message of Thu, 05 Feb 2004 14:14:31 +0100, "vin" writes:
>> Hello Laura,
>> I don't understand exactly.
>> Normaly, you don't change a logo because it's the sign of the event.
>> What kind of chage do you mean, a declination???
>> For what to do with???
>> Vincent Maton
>> Web Designer
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>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Laura Creighton" <lac at strakt.com>
>> To: <mvm at brutele.be>
>> Cc: <lac at strakt.com>
>> Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 1:42 PM
>> Subject: can we have a new logo for EuroPython?
>>> I was asked for 'something a little different, but still the same'
>>> :-) The idea was to keep the branding, but just make it a bit new.
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