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Revision as of 07:14, 26 May 2008

Please add your logo ideas to the image gallery.

SugarLabsLogo30.png SugarLabsLogo2.png

I have the SVG source available if either of these logos is selected. The second has the allusion of an infinity symbol and has a bit smoother look.

Designed by Murray Altheim

Molecule

Ribofuranose-2D-skeletal.png Ribose Sugar
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Beta-D-glucose-3D-vdW.png Glucose Sugar

Sugar Bowl

Sugarlabs2.png Sugarlabs.png

Individual grains of sugar fill the bowl. Attempting to be whimsical in use of color and simple in form. The font is Bentwood.

Designed by Marc Williams

"Peace" / Sugar cubes

Sugar-peace.png pdf

Designed by Gaurav Bhushan, a student of Information Design, National Institute of Design India.

Comments and feedback welcome.

Another Sugar Cube

This logo variation is an axonometric sugar cube with the name sugar labs wrapping around the base. The name is set in Tempo heavy Condensed. Dk sugar labs logo v1.png

May violate Sugar CRM's trademark.

Sugar Cube

Logo proposal.eben.png Logotype proposal.eben.png

May violate Sugar CRM's trademark.

Building Blocks

Here's a derivative idea, based on the "Sugar cube" proposal from before. If we consider representing Sugar as a building block, we could treat Sugarlabs as community structure composed of those blocks, emphasizing both construction(ism) and collaboration. Please note that this is a really quick sketch, and details such as size, placement, color, font, and even the rendition of the cube should be considered in detail, if this direction seems worth exploring.

Sugarlabs proposal.eben.png

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Letter blocks

Inspired by eben's building blocks. A "to-the-point" design. Have sugar be spelled using letter blocks. It immediately conveys the "kids learning" purpose of Sugar, plus hints at the fun and enjoyment that goes along with it. Sugarlabs-spelling-blocks.png

A connected community of learners

Cubes.png

I like the cube idea, I was inspired looking at the earlier Sugar Cube designs and wanted to build something. My ideal is to connect a lot of parts, LEGO-style. So I adapted a Rubics cube design to build an apartment community with the Python team, the Sugar team, and so forth. Please choose and letter your sides, something wonderful could happen.

You could use this to document software/API layers, or anything that could be boxed, the dBus and other system software would be helpful to visualize, as well as children in different area using the mesh networking.

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Text in pseudo-Sugar icon style

The colors and line weights need adjusting, but just to give an idea. It is simple and flexible and it intends to give the impression of multiple elements making a whole--in this case a word.

Sugarlabs text1.png


Eye Metaphor

I considered trying something different. Our eyes are the organs we humans absorb the most information with, especially when using a computer. Also, SugarLabs may represent an eye for its users gathering information from all over the world. This metaphor was also incorporated in the rest of the suite, while each logo incorporates the function/tool it represents in a metaphorical way. An other thing that was taken into consideration is that the SugarLabs logo can be recognized/memorized easily and additionally it is functional in some cases on its own, without the need of the "SugarLabs" badge. Hope this helps

Sugarlabs project.png


Introduce "Lab" visual element?

Spoon-flask3.png


Sugarlabs.test-tube.eben.pngI had taken a crack at a similar idea myself, when working with the "droplet of sugar" idea.

=> 39924994ey8.jpg Working atop of your image, I came with that result. To me, the thing should be green like the laptop (until XOXO) and I added a bit of sugar, or at least tried to represent some kind of sugarized treat with a cherry.

SugarLabsLogo.JPG Just to give idea about logo based on "Sugarcane" image with SUGAR painted on it, and pieces of Sugarcane making "LABS" structure

Lolbulb.png Galaxy looking lollipop w/ lightbulb,