From: Edward H Trager (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 28 2003 - 12:29:16 EDT
A number of people in this thread have suggested that the "Unicode Savvy"
logos shown are "not snazzy", but the set of W3C compliance logo's are
also not graphically "snazzy".
Snazzy or not, everyone knows what the W3C logos look like, and thus they
serve very well their purpose.
In line with a suggestion made in this thread that a "Unicode Compliance"
logo feature the highly-recognized Unicode logo shown in the upper left
corner of the Unicode home page, I submit to you the following attached
logo in PNG format as the basis for a logo which:
(1) Features the well-known Unicode consortium logo
(2) Adheres to the Unicode web site's main-page color scheme
(3) Is arguably not "snazzy", but is in close stylistic compliance with
the well-known W3C logos.
Currently my logo just spells out the word "UNICODE" and there is a fat
check mark just like the W3C logos. There is enough gray space under the
word "UNICODE" to put something like the word "compliant" or a version
designation like "3.2" or "4.0" below: I leave that for list members to
continue the debate.
If anyone wants to obtain the master logo with layers, email me and I will
send it to you. The master is big enough to make decent Web logos with,
but of course I didn't have any original TIFFs to work from. It's in GIMP
- Ed Trager
Kellogg Eye Center, Ann Arbor
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