[Fwd: REVISED Edubuntu Logos]

Rick Fitzsimmons rickfitzsimmons at iname.com
Fri Jun 24 09:14:28 UTC 2005

I'd avoid colour separation altogether.
In the real world, things get photo-copied or printed in monochrome. 
Whatever is chosen must work well in grey-scale as well, and different 
colours often don't.
Also, using a single colour avoids choosing "ed" or "buntu" as the 
contracted part, so "education" and "ubuntu" get equal precedence.

As for the graphic, I personally hate educational logos showing teachers 
wearing mortar-boards, especially with a bright red face and black gown 
underneath. It's an image of education that I'd rather see consigned to 
history. (Maybe that's a reflection on my own school days!)

So my clear favourite is number 1.


Jonathan Carter wrote:
> Hi Jane
> Jane Weideman wrote:
>> http://www.edubuntu.org/EdubuntuLogo
> I like #22, but I think it's better if ubuntu stays a colour instead of 
> the buntu part, so that "ed" will be one colour and "ubuntu" the other. 
> Anyone else have comments on the colour seperation?
> -Jonathan

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