On 6/20/05, Ilya Haykinson <haykinson(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 6/20/05, Aphaia <aphaia(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Honestly I can't figure an organisation which department or internal
team has their own logos and don't use the organisation logo itself.
I absolutely love the logo. It gives the people who discuss research
Not just the concept of a logo? You love... that... logo?
Everyone can start dressing alike now. People on the Contingency
Team should wear nothing but hunter's orange for the next three
months, until the first five-year-plan is safely underway (and under
six feet of concrete). And you must refer to your significant others
as "mankind's last hope."
With thousands of wikimedians, having a subset of them
create a sense
of group (or purpose) identity is well worth the trouble.
Additionally, any designer will tell you that a
language is important in building and maintaining a brand.
More reason not to mutate it. Brand is sacred.
"NEVER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD ANYTHING POKE THE PILLSBURY
DOUGHBOY BELOW HIS WAIST"