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Re: WebXR Device API Logo Proposal

From: Leonard Daly <web3d@realism.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2019 10:56:40 -0700
To: public-immersive-web-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <d42f4a0c-d1aa-00d0-f79f-775103ae0d78@realism.com>
I like the design, and especially wish to recognize the people that did 
the work getting this done.

I have had to deal with logos in a variety of media and have a few 
questions about this one (or any of the discussed variants)

 1. Is there a one-color version -- something that can be embroidered
    using a single color thread?
 2. Is there a gray-scale version - something for B/W laser printers or
    single color silk-screen?
 3. Is there a (nearly) square version - many times the provided area is
    more square than linear?
 4. The contrast with back red wings and the dark background is a bit
    low  -- can that be increased?
 5. Has this been checked against various visibility conditions (low
    light, color-blindness/insensitivity, etc)?

I especially like the butterfly design.

> Hi Everyone,
> The chairs and editors have been working with Deigo Gonzalez, who 
> designed the logo for Progressive Web Apps, to pull together a logo 
> for the Web XR Device API. We're really excited to show what he's come 
> up with.
> It is designed to work on light and dark backgrounds, the shape evokes 
> a W and an X in its silhouette whilst giving a 3D feeling.
> We hope you like this proposal; we're also open to alternatives as an 
> official logo.
> If you have any thoughts, please let us know.
> image.png
> Brandon has also made it as a 3D model which you can rotate: 
> https://toji.github.io/webxr-logo/
> - Ada, Chris, Trevor, Brandon and Nell
> Ada

*Leonard Daly*
3D Systems Architect & Cloud Consultant
President, Daly Realism - /Creating the Future/
Received on Thursday, 11 July 2019 17:57:00 UTC

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