[osflash] New design
cortrah at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 18:51:28 EST 2005
No tomatoes, no bile
and one and two are valid points.
on number three, I'd say you download the source, you look at it, you use
it or you don't, that's all you can expect and all that you should expect.
It's not shrink wrapped. It's an experience oriented niche. I'd create a
backup cd of any os code that I ever use, because you never know when it
might become hard to find.
Just my thoughts.
On 12/2/05, Benjamin Jackson <ben at incomumdesign.com> wrote:
> Hehe... that's what I get for opening my fat mouth. Now I'm gonna have
> to defend my position ;)
> I'm not gonna debate any of the points below. They are all valid
> explanations for why Aral chose the graf motif for the logo/header.
> What I am gonna say is:
> 1. It's busy as all hell.
> 2. It's illegible. Not just tough to read, but really illegible.
> 3. Does this really fit the image that Aral wants for OSFlash? If that
> image includes credibility and trust (two things that are definitely on
> the top of any organization's priority list), then I think it's going
> to detract from that. This depends on the audience, so please correct
> me if I'm mistaken and the website is only targeted at individuals who
> are free to make decisions without beaurocracy.
> Let the tomatoes fly. Cheers,
> On Dec 2, 2005, at 4:12 PM, Cortlandt Winters wrote:
> > Or the fact that both os and osflash projects are largely
> > 1) that of individuals and loose collections of individuals
> > 2) that they are motivated by a passion to create
> > 3) that they are done in one's free time
> > 4) that they are typically created outside of traditional corporate
> > structures
> > 5) that they are sometimes misunderstood as a threat to those
> > structures
> > 6) that they sometimes actually are a threat to those structures
> > 7) that they can occasionally be surprisingly good or sucessfull
> > I think it's a pretty good metaphor. I agree that it should look
> > professional as well, but I don't see any reason why that can't work
> > with the graffiti notion. And I agree that it can still use some work,
> > but that's just a matter of continuing to work on it.
> > > So, you don't see a connection between an empty wall and a spray can
> > in your hand and a wiki? :)
> > >>"What the **** doesthis have to do with anything the website is
> > about?"
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