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  1. Hi all and thanks again for a perfect product! I'm glad to see Processwire growing and becoming a strong, popular product. The new look of admin interface (uikit-based) is nice and minimalistic. Maybe it's the starting point to think about the consistent identity for the whole Processwire project. The only thing which is more or less consistent now is the main Processwire color. Somewhate between red and maroon, I call it "Thai color" because it's very popular in Thailand. You meet this color at almost any page related to Processwire, and it's good because this color is very distinctive. But what's about PW logo? There's no consistency. And, i'm unhappy to reveal it, the PW logo (at least the sign, not the text part) is not absolutely original. There are at least three different Processwire logos: The text part of logo at PW homepage (and pure-textual logo in most admin themes, e.g. Reno). The sign part of logo present at PW homepage. The new logo (only sign, textless) present in the new Uikit admin theme. For sure it's too much. A single, unique, consistent logo could be better. As to the sign -- small b in circle -- just look at Beats Audio logo which is very similar. And even worse: there's a CMS which is very popular in Russia and called Bitrix, and it has a very similar logo. So i would like to propose another vision of PW logo. Unique, original, but being inherited from current PW logos. It's only a first approach, will be glad to polish it in case of positive feedback. And thanks again for a great product!
  2. Peter Knight

    PW logo

    if anyone has the PW logo as a PNG or EPZ, can you provide a copy? Thanks
  3. Hi guys! I'm working on several processwire 3d wallpapers. Hope you like it. I will upload more soon. Wallpapers: Signatures:
  4. Just stumbled across this but look how similar the oxford dictionaries logo is to processwire's logo! Bizarre!
  5. kixe

    processwire webfont

    Had fun to create a webfont with only one single glyph: Processwire-Logo Unicode-Letter:  (Unicode Block "For Private Use") I created first an svg with inkscape and created the font-set with http://icomoon.io/app (very nice website!) Like it, use it, waste it. font-package with demo file here: attachment=1836:processwire_webfont.zip updated 23.11.13 (4 Glyphs: 'processwire', 'process', 'wire' and 'w') processwire_webfont.zip
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