On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 12:41:32PM +0100, Andrea Bolognani wrote:
On Mon, 2018-02-19 at 10:31 +0000, Daniel P. Berrangé wrote:>  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xhn0GLvCKMcEOUnqn6boghaUOgjA8sOG >  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1b2MUyv0eo723F2rorWnmv1sTeCycUCN4I think the second style works better, as having the 'VIRTUALIZATION API' line there pushes the main logo off to the left hand side, making the image unbalanced.Agreed on the second style.
In the original stickers we had, which were round, we have the website URL and "VIRTUALIZATION API" done above & below the image https://www.berrange.com/~dan/libvirt-sticker.jpg Perhaps we could try and do the same layout but with the hexagon, as that would get rid of the big white space above & below the main graphic.I think trying to cram too much information inside a small exhagon is not going to look great. If you look at most other stickers, they don't include things such as the URL either.
Exactly. And libvirt is not a word of many meanings. Google "libvirt" and there is no confusion what the sticker is supposed to represent.
In terms of background & border, IMHO, it really should be the white background - the logo doesn't stand out well when you have it on the green background. Green background is ok for the wbsite banner as we don't want the logo to be too distrating, but for a promotional sticker having a prominent bold style is desirable.Agreed. The lighter green background also mostly works, but only with the grey text variation of the logo.
I'd vote from second one from the top row. Did you try making a circular (or hexagonal) gradien tthat would start as white in the center and continued to the outside where it would end up as a border of the same colour as the one I voted for? Might be very ugly, but also pretty nice, hard to say without any trying =)
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