[IPython-dev] New favicon
ellisonbg at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 16:20:34 EDT 2011
Thanks for putting this together.
For the favicons I like the B series best with B2 probably my top.
For the banners, I don't really like the ][: designs of 1 and 3 at
all, mainly because they are taking us away from our existing logo. I
like the ][Py] design of 2, but prefer a small amount of space between
the ] and [.
I also still like our original IP[y]; design equally to 2. I should
note that I am hoping we can come up with a logo/favicon that sticks
with the same basic design we already have, but improves it. I know I
sound like a broken record, but I don't think we should get into a
full logo redesign at this point.
On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 12:39 PM, Thomas Kluyver <takowl at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm making a new topic for this because the old thread is moving so fast
> it's hard for people to keep up with. Klonuo has been brainstorming favicons
> for the new website, and we'd like to get feedback from more people. Take a
> look at the examples in the attached image.
> It's designed to tie in with a larger logo that we're working on at the same
> time. I've attached a couple of example concepts to compare, but there are
> plenty more if you hunt through the thread.
> Issues we've been considering:
> - The ][ is derived from a capital I for IPython. There are variations in
> spacing and colour.
> - The third bracket ] and the colon are from a concept for a logo, which has
> the form ][Py] .
> - The ][ is somewhat similar to a logo used in the 70s & 80s by Apple for
> the Apple II series of computers.
> So far, my favourites are A1 and B2 (despite the similarity in shape to
> Apple's ][ ). Klonuo, can you post which you prefer?
> Your thoughts are welcome, or you can send back different designs or
> variants of any of these.
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Brian E. Granger
Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
bgranger at calpoly.edu and ellisonbg at gmail.com
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