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Market Development for "Web MIDI"

From: Tom White \(MMA\) <lists@midi.org>
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 2015 10:32:54 -0700
To: <public-audio@w3.org>
Message-ID: <019d01d07c59$34261930$9c724b90$@midi.org>
Hi James,

It is helpful to be able to see an example, thanks.

Personally, I would prefer "Web" be a plain font. One reason being
that I find the word hard to read this way, and the other reason
being that applying the MIDI design treatment to "web" makes the
MIDI logo seem less like a logo.


- TW

> -----Original Message-----
> From: James Ingram [mailto:j.ingram@netcologne.de]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 9:24 AM
> I was having reservations about using the MIDI logo font, because
> the W3C logo terms and conditions seem to allow people to copy
> bits of the logo and use them wherever they like -- which would
> undermine the integrity of the MIDI logo itself. Hopefully that
> problem can be solved in the small print...
> I personally don't like the orange colour of the HTML5 logo, and
> I think the word WEB should be more prominent -- for emphasis on
> MMA packaging.
> I also think it might be a good idea to mention the W3C itself --
> "for advertising purposes".
> The W3C terms and conditions say (I think) that the logo colours
> can be changed. Such a logo could be provided in various default
> versions...
> Here's one in black on W3C blue (from the XHTML 1.1 logo).
> <http://james-ingram.de/demos/W3CWebMIDILogos/W3CWebMIDILogoSketches.png>
> I think it looks a bit black. An outline font or a different
> colour (e.g. a bright blue) for "WEB MIDI" might help. Colours
> could be different in print and on screen...
> Sorry, but I don't have any experience with SVG editors...
> best,
> James
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