petercarlson79 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 18 08:10:46 GMT 2017
I vote the second as well.
On Sat, Mar 18, 2017, 1:38 AM Mike Leimon <leimon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Okay, I feel like I should take a swing or two at this as well.
> In the following two cases, there isn't any special font being used. I'm
> just using inkscape to trace out the characters that I want show...
> Of these two logos that I sent, my preference is for the second.
> My personal opinion is that you shouldn't try and get too hung up about
> the acronym that you are trying to capture and represent... (I say this
> even though I did my best to incorporate the letters... blah). I think
> sometimes that capturing the concept is more important than capturing the
> Case in point, take a look at the USB logo:
> The logo is incredibly simple and doesn't try and spell out USB.. however,
> it does capture the essence of the interface and what it seeks to
> accomplish and I think that is what makes it memorable.
> That is really all I wanted to drop by and say.
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