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Old 09-12-2005, 12:23 PM   #1
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Default Quark’s new logo

So, what do you think of the new Quark logo, described as “fresh, inviting, and open,” according to the Quark director of corporate communications (as quoted in an article in Macworld/UK .

And what about the new corporate color, PMS 368 green?

Do you think it actually does “help Quark break out of the visual ‘sea of sameness’ that lumps together so many corporate software companies”? (That was a quote from the designer of the new logo, quoted in the MacWorld article.)

Comments at Veer and in the Quark forums point out the striking similarity between this logo and the one for the Scottish Arts Council and the somewhat less striking resemblance (if you squint) to Apple’s QuickTime mark.

Comments, anyone?
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