Tor, the Marqueteur
Marqueteur at FineArtMarquetry.com
Sun Mar 19 03:25:05 GMT 2017
On 18/03/17 15:48, John Luke Gibson wrote:
> I'm not entirely sure why resolution should be relevant. Something
> without small defining characteristics that are unclear or illegible
> when the resolution is low might be desire-able, but I would assume so
> long as any is still atleast 10 pt font when shrunk to 3cm on its
> widest dimension, it should be sufficient.
Depends on what the logo is for. As a certification mark, without
checking, I want to say that typical is the logo in a 3/4"x3/4" box.
That's usually full-colour in good printing, though. Then again, the
resolution is good enough that less important text can probably be
allowed to go down to 8pt.
For an EOMA-X certification mark, I'd be inclined to say that EOMA and
the number referencing which set of housings should have a version very
similar to the [full-colour] standard version that could even be
injection molded into a plug. To wit, the EOMA-68 breakout board should
be able to have the certification mark silkscreened onto it or molded
into some part of the very minimal case it may have.
> On 3/18/17, Alain Williams <addw at phcomp.co.uk> wrote:
>> On Sat, Mar 18, 2017 at 03:14:11PM -0700, Mike Leimon wrote:
>>> Oh and I have one more general comment about logo creation of this sort...
>>> I think that
>>> it is very important to make sure it will look good rendered in only black
>>> and white because,
>>> that is essentially what it is going to look like when the
>>> logo/certification mark gets
>>> silk-screened onto a product.
>> And also low resolution especially when scaled so that it is really small -
>> the side of some box. This is my objection to the top of the two logos that
>> you have.
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