[Battlemesh] Poster 0.4 (RC)
sw at simonwunderlich.de
Sun Feb 9 22:48:58 CET 2014
> On 02/09/2014 06:37 PM, Simon Wunderlich wrote:
> > Hey Federico,
> >> Hey,
> >> On 02/09/2014 04:19 PM, Simon Wunderlich wrote:
> >>> Hey Federico,
> >>>> Hey guys,
> >>>> here's the poster:
> >>>> http://static.nemesisdesign.net/battlemesh/poster-0.4.png
> >>> looks very nice, thanks for your work!
> >>> Just two little remarks, could we have "Sublab / Leipzig / Germany" or
> >>> something like that in the second line? I think the location of the
> >>> event is not really clear in the poster (OK, it's in the logo, but
> >>> ...). I'm thinking about the case if the poster is printed and hanging
> >>> somewhere (e.g. in an university in Spain), someone who doesn't know
> >>> the event would wonder where it is. :) Also we could add http:// or
> >>> www. in front of the 3rd text line, but that's just for the
> >>> oldschoolers who don't recognize it as an URL on first sight. :)
> >> I see what you mean. I explained why I simplified the poster in a
> >> previous email.
> >> I re-paste:
> >> "I eliminated the address of Sublab because as we have more logos it's
> >> started to look crowded, then I thought what it is not necessary
> >> according to our goals? Our goal is not to put this poster on walls
> >> around the city before the event, rather it's just a promotion thing
> >> that we'll show on webpages and hopefully at the event, so the address
> >> is not necessary. Less is more!"
> > sorry, I did not follow the other threads properly ... yeah, you have
> > announced that before. I don't think that the whole address is needed
> > anyway, just the Cityname/country would be sufficient. That would still
> > be useful even on webpages IMHO. But we can keep it as is if that's
> > better for the overall design.
> >> If we need a version to put in universities and other places I will have
> >> to adapt it (more info on location, address, website, ecc.), but are we
> >> sure is going to be effective?
> > Probably not, you are right that putting that into websites/blogs would
> > be the most effective place (although having a print-out option is nice
> > too).
> >> Regarding the third line, I could add www. easily, but have you noticed
> >> that the wording inside the submarine does not have www. or http:// ? It
> >> would be a slight inconsitency, but if you are sure it would be useful
> >> I'll add it. Let me know.
> > It's just my suggestion, and you are right about the inconsistency.
> > You're the artist, I'll leave the final decision to you, I'm fine with
> > it either way. :)
> I don't want to be the spoiled baby artist :P xD
You certainly know more of design stuff than me, and as the artist you should
make the decision anyway :)
> Poster updated, what about this?
Thanks a lot for listening to my nitpicking, looks perfect! We can go final
with this IMHO. :)
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