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Re: Logo for Lilypond

From: Valentin Villenave
Subject: Re: Logo for Lilypond
Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2007 02:00:24 +0200

2007/9/13, Jonas Nyström <address@hidden>:

> The logo, the graphical identity and the program name are all *very*
> important factors when it comes to establishing a software in the minds and
> lives of the users...

> Two examples of projects with nice graphical concepts (in my opinion!):
> <- take a look at the correspondance between site
> and documentation!

Second and final draft.


Don't get me wrong -- I have nothing against the projects you mention;
I just find such roaring sites a bit aggressive, whereas I never found
such kinds of intentions here.

I asked the "cute little note" if it had felt offended; it told me
"hey, guess what? I'm a bloody comic character! Never was intended to
be anything else, never will be."
(My characters tend to be not very polite privately :)

2007/9/14, Han-Wen Nienhuys <address@hidden>:
> I agree that the cello woman probably was not a good logo, but I'd
> like something that has more elegance than the comic note as a logo.


> I tried to make a stylish logo for my deceased company, see
> perhaps something along those lines?

They're fine.

Why not having kept them for

PS. As I mentioned earlier, maybe the svg lilypad itself could be
useful sooner or later as a vector icon.


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