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Re: Logo prototype

From: Dr Eberhard W Lisse
Subject: Re: Logo prototype
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 00:38:45 +0200


Loose the gnu. Move the (L) up flush with the top line of the P.


Nobody in the world will mistake the PSPP logo for SPSS.  The whole idea
is that PSPP is a rewrite of SPSS, and so is the logo.

Lighten up :-)-O


In message <address@hidden>, Ben Pfaff writes:
> address@hidden writes:
> > The images are online at the following location:
> > and
> >
> It looks nice.  I especially like the positioning of the gnu and the
> lettering down the side.  I am a little worried that it
> looks too much like the SPSS logo.  To start, I'd remove the
> R-in-a-circle (we don't have a registered trademark).  Also, perhaps
> the PSPP letters should be moved apart from one another (if they don't
> overlap as in the SPSS logo, it will look less like it) or we could
> use a font that doesn't look so much like the SPSS logo font.
> -- 
> "To prepare for the writing of Software,
>  the writer must first become one with it,
>  sometimes two."
> --W. C. Carlson
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