Like it. As the current trends in graphic design go it fits right in. Less clutter, flat, clear. Colours are nice, but would probably need more discussion. A specific font for the word OpenStreetMap also makes sense in terms of CI considerations.
I cannot comment on whether OSM needs a new logo or not. But it does not hurt to refresh it. Michael Am 2016-10-14 um 16:36 schrieb Elio Qoshi: > Hi there, > > Elio here, Designer and Open Source contributor from Albania. > > Based on the new Donation Initiative Logo, I thought it would be a good > time to discuss around adapting a new logo which is more suitable for > print, smaller displays and generally a broader variety of backgrounds. > > Having this in mind, I came up with a proposal of a logo, including the > wordmark, which was never included as part of it. The wordmark is > written in "Overpass" an Open Source font sponsored by Red Hat. Overpass > is based on the street sign font, so I think it's a perfect fit: > > http://cloud.elioqoshi.me/index.php/s/QjdOYc7WyoSBFqv/download > > What do you think of it? I believe it's time to suggest a new more > modern logo for OSM nowadays to make it more usable for communities to > adapt it. > > I look forward to your feedback! > > P.S: Also posted an issue on GitHub: > https://github.com/openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website/issues/1326 > > Cheers, > > -- > Elio Qoshi > > FLOSS Designer at Ura Design > Mozilla Tech Speaker > Fedora Ambassador > T: @elioqoshi > W: elioqoshi.me / ura.design > > > > _______________________________________________ > talk mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk >
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