hendrik at topoi.pooq.com
Sat Mar 18 14:28:01 GMT 2017
On Sat, Mar 18, 2017 at 10:12:06AM -0400, Julie Marchant wrote:
> On 03/18/2017 03:37 AM, Mike Leimon 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...
> > http://imgur.com/GrnfRHe
> > Of these two logos that I sent, my preference is for the second.
> By the way, I think these are the best logos I've seen on this list. The
> only gripe I have (well, other than the unintentional phallus in the
> first one) is that they don't really seem to represent modularity; the
> first one, in particular, rather looks like a circuit board, and one of
> the major points of EOMA is that users *don't* have to look at circuit
> boards to perform upgrades; they just have to pop out a card and replace
> it with another card. It seems like there must be some possible way to
> use this basic logo concept to represent that somehow.
At the very least, then, the logic gates should be inside the box.
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