On Mon, Jun 9, 2014 at 11:30 AM, Onyeibo Oku <twohotis(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Mon, 2014-06-09 at 05:51 +0530, Sarup Banskota wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> I spent some time playing with Inkscape for the first time, and I've
> once again blogged about the first few logos I've digitized! Awaiting
> your feedback!
That's an interesting twist to the game!
I like Strip-C the most.
Thanks for the feedback! Currently, I happen to have gotten feedback on
various mediums (chat, fb, here on the mailing list), but not a lot on the
posts themselves :P
Once more people provide feedback, I'll iterate once more.
As per colours, i have noticed that lime-green, orange and light-purple
are being marketed the most. Why is this happening? What's the
rationale behind those colours? Can't we use something that doesn't
have a psychological connection to other distros? I immediately think
SUSE when I see green tech-logos. Likewise, Ubuntu comes to mind with
the orange ones. I think purple will sit well with Servers according to
my perception of "colour psychology". Perhaps gray will be more amenable
for Desktop and Sky-blue for Cloud. Just my thought though.
Even I had the same question about the colors actually.. is there a
specific reason why those colors were chosen? IMO multiple colors is a good
idea when all logos are presented together, but when only one of them is
being displayed, sticking to the Fedora blues might be more relatable.