barney at barnoid.org.uk
Thu Mar 22 11:04:13 UTC 2012
Good point regarding PCBs, maybe we'll produce our own kits one day. The wonky
H has appeared on silk screen before and it looks like they did tweak it to
make the gaps bigger.
We could also reduce the number of teeth on the gear to decrease complexity if
Anyone fancy trying the SVG I posted in some form of PCB design software?
On Thursday 22 Mar 2012 07:00:20 Roger Shepherd wrote:
> As a long time inactive hackspace member I'd like to suggest one more goal
> for the logo.
> - suitable for use on PCBs
> I know of one company that had to redesign its original logo because the
> logo violated various PCB design rules and wasn't manufacturable. It's a
> long time since I had anything to do with PCB design and manufacture, but
> it looks to me that there are things to check. Even with text would be
> omitted there could be problems - the dimension of the solid part of the
> logo between the corner of the "H" and the boundary looks small; maybe the
> "T" (bottom and top of the H) is too thin.
> Anyhow, it's not my call and if you think PCBs aren't an issue, or that
> everything's OK, that's fine by me. I just wanted to mention it in case. I
> really do appreciate that you're taking the time to do this.
> All the best
> On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 12:29 AM, Barney Livingston
> <barney at barnoid.org.uk>wrote:
> > Hello All,
> > At the AGM I agreed to take on some PR duties, as such I've decided some
> > tweaks to the logo would be beneficial. My reasoning for the design of
> > new logo is as follows:
> > - It's a bit more distinctive than the plain wonky H while still being
> > simple.
> > - It's nicely CNC or laserable and the results will fit together as
> > gears. - It's single colour, good for t-shirt prints and stamps for
> > Hackspace Passports.
> > - It can be further simplified by leaving the text out, which is good
> > for
> > when
> > it's really small.
> > - It still works as a replacement O in Bristol for the website.
> > So before rolling this out I'm posting it here to see if anyone has any
> > objections. Some of you saw it at the space a few weeks ago along with
> > an
> > alternative chain-based logo and opinion seemed positive for this one.
> > Speak now or forever hold your etc.
> > Barney
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