[CREATE] consensus constitency persistence
create07 at sfina.com
Wed Aug 18 19:39:52 PDT 2010
I love Camille's visuals. All of them. I have a slight preference for the
first link. Only slight.
Like a good bottle of Scotch, it's better half full than completely empty, and
I would like to move forward on making it happen.
What is important to me is what Cyrille mentioned: *consensus*
And what Louis mentioned in the print/magazine context and which IMHO applies
also to the web-presence, the conference, and anything else: *consistency* and
Whoever takes the initiative first has my vote. Things have been *discussed*
long enough, it is time to *decide* and *implement*.
Can we get some form of *consensus* around Camille's visuals and live with
them *consistently*, mostly unchanged for the next *five years*?
If the answer is yes, I herewith motion to adopt Camille's visual as the
visual identity of everything LG for the next five years.
This should include LGM logo and identity. I trust Camille to make sense of
the mess of logos and websites that LGM had over the past five years and give
us a web framework to live with for the next five. The work and enthusiasm I
have seen from him have convinced me, even if I never met him in person.
I am supportive of the work being done on the magazine too, even if I have
little to contribute, sorry. I'd love to see it regularly published, and at
the same time I agree with Ale's that there need to be space for special
editions outside the regular cycle. But within the same template / design.
What is important for me in this context is, again *consistency*. Develop a
template / layout and stick to it for a while for both regular and special
If you need content for both web and magazine, ping me at <FIRST NAME>@<LAST
NAME>.ch and I'll try to free some time to contribute to your projects. I can
write up about digital photography in general and Hugin in particular.
you have my support.
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