Re: CSS Logo -Reply
Okay, I've looked at these proposals, and here's my (rather
opinionated) two cents:
As far as style, I like Suite 1 from the web page the best, but then,
I'm a fan of Art Noveu (sp?). (I'm hoping Microsoft releases a
TrueType Art Noveu font.) I think it's important that the logo
look very texy as opposed to imagey, in other words, as though
it pertains to the way text is given styling rather than being
replaced by images.
Suite 2 had that pseudo-hand-drawn look, which I don't think
coalesces with the idea of an automatically cascading style
Suite 3 was very imagey.
Suite 4 was texy, but the letters seemed out of alignment
with each other. In some, the "C" looked like it was barfing
out the Ss.
I liked David Perrell's version of a button, because I think
"styled with CSS" sounds better than "CSS enabled" (even with
the "Netscape Enabled" precedent), but I still like the styling
of suite 1 best. I think it's important to have a
graphic that's very buttony, for lack of a better word, so people
who have never seen it will know to select it (oh, I guess I can
use the word "click" here) to learn more about CSS.
C h a r l e s P e y t o n T a y l o r email@example.com
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>>> Hakon Lie <firstname.lastname@example.org> 11/27/96 05:27pm >>>
>Thanks to everyone who has contributed CSS logo proposals -- including
>Digital Style, Steven Pemberton, Gordon Blackstock and Ka-Ping Yee.
>I've updated the logo page  and look forward to comments and new
>H ? k o n W i u m L i e email@example.com W o r l d
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