[BGIN-general] BGIN Social Media planning doc (draft) & Twitter logo for review & comment
shigeya at wide.ad.jp
Tue Sep 29 18:38:23 CDT 2020
Hi Robert, Senshi, thanks.
Let me add one point of view on this which I was forgotten in the last my comment: accessibility.
As an multi-stakeholder community, we need to respect diversity.
wrt diversity, the use of color is problematic.
(while rainbow represents other kind of diversity)
As you see logo of ISOC, IETF and other community, they're staying with simpler color scheme.
Besides, I think Senshi-san's proposal is too simple. We probably need little more twists.
On Wed, Sep 30, 2020, at 08:04, Senshi Onion wrote:
> Dear Robert and all,
> Thank you for opening up this discussion. I agree that branding is essential for us to share our vision, and it visually helps us deliver our mission statement. A strong branding includes developing guidelines such as logo, color palette, typography (more <https://freshsparks.com/successful-brand-building-process/>). Once we complete branding, we can start applying them on websites, social media, etc. We may call for a volunteer or use online tools like tailorbrands.com <https://www.tailorbrands.com/>.
> As to the suggested Twitter logo, I'd go for a completely unique one. I love Indiana's work; therefore, I'd like not to use a similar style and pay respect to his art of LOVE. In this way, we can avoid the risk of a lawsuit <https://cdn.theatlantic.com/assets/media/files/robert_indiana.pdf> of infringement (article <https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-22/the-battle-over-robert-indiana-s-love>).
> Any suggestions are welcomed. If we have a budget, I recommend hiring a branding professional; however, I just created a sample logo with branding kits using the online tools for the ease of discussion.
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> Best regards,
> 2020年9月29日(火) 23:11 Robert Schwentker <schwentker at bsafe.network>:
>> Dear All,
>> Based on Shigeya's feedback here's a refined BGIN twitter logo on bgin twitter test account: twitter.com/BginGlobal
>> While this may not be perfect, I think it may serve as an initial twitter logo.
>> Looking forward to your thoughts.
>> Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2020 15:00:26 +0900
>> From: "Shigeya Suzuki" <shigeya at wide.ad.jp>
>> To: bgin-general at blockchain-discussions.org
>> Subject: Re: [BGIN-general] BGIN Social Media planning doc (draft) &
>> Twitter logo for review & comment
>> Dear Robert,
>> Thanks for the effort.
>> While I like the concept of the draft logo, I think the lower part of the I is hard to read, effectively, hard to read it as BGIN.
>> Also, from my point of view, the thickness of each of the components are too narrow in some part.
>> On Wed, Sep 23, 2020, at 10:35, Robert Schwentker wrote:
>> > Hi all,
>> > 1) Here is a draft social media planning document for discussion. It focuses on use of Twitter & LinkedIn, goals, content and next steps. Please feel free to comment/edit inside the document itself:
>> >> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1A-KJgtC6Kl4oDgKkwbaEtwm5zEW6a_DHnNkJqunupq0/edit?usp=sharing
>> > 2) I've mocked up a logo for Twitter we could use to get started https://twitter.com/bgin_global. You may recognize the design source. I picked this as it is recognizable, fun spirited, and can be evolved to move away from the current colors and concept. This logo is based upon a sculpture created by an artist named Robert Indiana - the famous Love sculpture - wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_(sculpture)
>> >> love-sculpture.jpg
>> > *What do you think about this for an initial Twitter logo?*
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