Subject Re: [Firebird-general] Does Firebird needs a new logo?
Author Doug Chamberlin
Ann W. Harrison wrote:
> Generally companies change their logo when they're in panic
> mode about something. The current logo is strong, simple, and
> easy to associate with the product and the group. Changing it
> signals weakness.

On the other hand, adjusting it in minor ways, such as to brighten the
image, can signal vitality, interest, health, being up-to-date, etc. the
way regular updates to the code do the same.

Doug C.
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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