Revision 3 of the Sponsr logo. The ring has been replaced with a circle. But the circle itself is made up of smaller circles. From far away, it appears as whole, but on closer inspection, you see the logo is really comprised of much smaller entities that come together to create the Sponsr universe.
I imagine when place on a small canvas, we'd replace the "Color-blind" test object with a single solid circle.
10 months ago
@ben dunn thanks.
@John Ashenden - Like the thought given to this: "From far away, it appears as whole, but on closer inspection, you see the logo is really comprised of much smaller entities" ... and how the logo fits that idea.
@James Barnes @Pat Dryburgh do you think the logo benefits from the addition of the symbol, or do you think it unneeded? Torn on this.
@John Ashenden - Probably not necessary - but definitely complimentary in terms of branding scenarios (documentation, marketing, etc.). I think it'll be more versatile because of it.
@James Barnes true. I could definitely see the symbol playing into a larger marketing play, not so much the product.
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