David Gould wrote:
> Steve Logue writes:
> > After reading the recent mailing list thread about PostgreSQL not
> > growing in popularity as fast as MySQL and the lack of a legible logo, I
> > got bored and took a stab at some. I'd like to make a new logo for
> > people to pass around and also get an HTML/Logo usage page in the
> > distribution. Feedback would be appreciated.
> > Cheers,
> > -STEVEl
> > http://www.nettek-llc.com/postgresql/
> These are not bad, although the difference in size between the "Postgre" and
> the "SQL" make it a little hard to read as one word. The different background
> for the two parts of the word adds to this. Still, they are attractive.
Yes. PostgreSQL is hard to read as one word even when printed ;)
I think it would help to move the "powered" word up (and make it
"powered by") and have the baselines for "Postgre" and "SQL" line up.
> Hmmm, I have an idea, what about a Penguin?
I did some logos a few months ago based on a Crocodile image.
Unfortunately I have'nt had time to work on it lately.
They are still up for viewing at :
I got even some positive feedback ;), especially for the
'PostgreSQL underneath' logo button on page2.
But to make a proper logo out of that material still requires some work.
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