[Web Comm] Logo Contest revisited

Daniel Brookshier dbrookshier at collab.net
Thu Mar 9 11:20:11 EST 2006

Good points! I have edited the page again, just slightly, to make  
sure that the swatches are optional.

It would be nice to get a full blown professional set. But I have to  
keep reminding myself that people that do that, get paid for it :o)

Daniel Brookshier
Community Manager

On Mar 9, 2006, at 9:03 AM, Frank Warmerdam wrote:

> Fred Warnock wrote:
>> <thinking out loud>All this being said, I doubt armatures with a  
>> spark of an idea would be able to finish a logo like this.  I  
>> wonder if we would also accept "partial" submissions, which are  
>> simply logo concepts.  This could perhaps be another category?   
>> Just an idea to get more participation. I'm a "designer" myself,  
>> but I find logo's to be extremely time consuming and challenging,  
>> and I probably won't contribute, but If I do get an idea I might  
>> want to submit that....</thinking out loud>
> Guys,
> I agree with Fred that a promising design that might not meet all
> requirements, but could be completed after the fact should still be
> considered.  If a design is good, it isn't that hard to complete the
> various versions after the fact.
> BTW, I had high hopes for what Fred might have submitted.  In fact I
> think it may be challenging to get a significant number of high  
> quality
> submissions.  I guess widely advertising the contest, and giving  
> some time
> for people to work on it are key.
> Best regards,
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