[Qgis-developer] [Qgis-psc] Logo

Nathan Woodrow madmanwoo at gmail.com
Sun Apr 14 18:14:37 PDT 2013

Hey All,

We are starting some really nice looking logos in the logo comp.  There are
a few there that I really like.  We can give feedback and ratings to any of
the logos in order to shape the direction that the designers take.  By the
looks of it only I can comment and rate however once we have a few more
designs and are down to a few styles I can run a poll to gather better

At the moment what I would ask is for everyone to have a look over what has
been submitted and send me a email with any feedback you would like me to
give to the designer, remember to include the id of the logo so I know
which one you are talking about.

There is still 4 days left in first round which means we can still get the
designs to go in the direction that we like.

Here a few of my picks:






64 looks pretty cool on a T-Shirt and card:



On Sat, Apr 13, 2013 at 10:50 PM, Anita Graser <anitagraser at gmx.at> wrote:

> Am 13.04.2013, 13:21 Uhr, schrieb Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it>:
>> Hash: SHA1
>> Il 12/04/2013 14:14, Nathan Woodrow ha scritto:
>>> Good news everyone.  I have kicked of the logo design contest at
>>> http://99designs.com.au/logo-**design/contests/qgis-needs-**logo-210397<http://99designs.com.au/logo-design/contests/qgis-needs-logo-210397>
>>> .
>>>  The contest can take submissions for 3 days and then it turns into
>>> picking which designs we like at taking them into the final design
>>> round to get tweaks.  Overall the process should only take 7 days.
>>> Keep an eye on that page to see if there is any new designs.  The
>>> design brief is here
>>> http://99designs.com.au/logo-**design/contests/qgis-needs-**
>>> logo-210397/brief<http://99designs.com.au/logo-design/contests/qgis-needs-logo-210397/brief>
>>> and can be updated if anyone would like to add or change anything.
>>> If none of the design come back with what we want we are able to
>>> get our money back.
>> Hi all.
>> Just checked; nice, not particularly impressed by any of them.
>> Opinions?
> Maybe we should stress (in the design brief) that it has to work as a
> desktop icon?
> So far, most won't I think.
> Also, I think the general feel should be "professional" above all else.
> Best wishes,
> Anita
>  All the best.
>> - --
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