Albear wrote:The old logo is fine, but does look a bit dated now.
I've gone for a brave, fresh look, to bring us into the modern times.
Would work for the Guardian actually. You have to look so quizzically at the text it really brings out the spirit of the demographic.
The g should slowly zoom in on mouseover to reveal the article text inside the "g", then after an crowdsourced metric for average reading comprehension time of over educated lefties it should zoom into the next letter to reveal an algorithmically linked article, Wikipedia style, followed by the next etc.
The average user would survive maybe 3 or 4 hours of this, maybe more, the last user to survive gets a subscription-funded all-expenses-paid bacon sandwich & smoothie meal with the editor, who turns out to be an AI who can only repeatedly ask you existentialist questions.
> We have had three logo submissions so far > A huge thank-you to SEP, Richard and Albear > The submitted logos are listed below; do not click in the spoiler fields if you don't want to see them before their reveal > SEP and Richard: the sizes have been adjusted to be 200 pixels in height
If YOU would like to devise a logo, please check out the opening post of this thread for guidance and make sure that you complete the steps by 17:00 (UK) on Tuesday 14 August.