[BGIN-general] BGIN Twitter logo for review & comment (schwentker)

Mai Santamaria (FINANCE) Mai.Santamaria at finance.gov.ie
Wed Sep 30 06:04:16 CDT 2020

Dear all,

Shigeya does have a point re vertical or right to left reading... Re colours, all will have cultural or social connotations. We just have to agree on one that has the least potential frictions. Black&White; all shades of blue, usually are safe enough.

Perhaps we might avoid confusion by finding a symbol/object that doesn't require letters (like all cryptoassets have done)?


From: BGIN-general <bgin-general-bounces at blockchain-discussions.org> On Behalf Of Shigeya Suzuki
Sent: Wednesday 30 September 2020 03:20
To: Robert Schwentker <schwentker at dlt.education>; bgin-general at blockchain-discussions.org
Subject: Re: [BGIN-general] BGIN Twitter logo for review & comment (schwentker)


I'm not sure whether we want to continue here, but why yellow?

Also, I now realized that placing four characters this way, with uncommon word (BGIN) make me feel uncomfortable.
Not sure whether BGIN or BIGN is correct way to read.
For me, It is not obvious (for Japanese, possibly. We use vertical writing)

If I really need to judge now, I prefer the senshi-san's proposal.


P.S. Right-to-Left script language natives might read it as  GBNI...  (I'm joking ;d)

On Wed, Sep 30, 2020, at 08:55, Robert Schwentker wrote:
How's a black & white version with a yellow box? This is relatively color neutral and gives us a kind of place holder for twitter as we get something designed.

See example here: https://twitter.com/BginGlobal

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