Personally I really like the lighter shade in the OP. The other kinds of blue are over-represented in the market, and this one looks fresh & modern to me.
Yeah, I mean I figured discussion of the full colour palette for the branding guide would come after logo selection. But there's no reason in principle why we can't talk about it now. I'll have a play with palettes and see what might look good with this particular blue.Well that's a reasonable argument. I just don't like cyan much.
But also... wrt voting on colors being a little premature, one color plus b&w isn't really much of a color scheme, as far as making a palette for websites and such.
What other colors or shades-of might go with "this blue? ..or this other blue?".
Anyway, just a thought. It would take some time to really work up some good palette sets. And I'm by no means a color theory expert.
Now I'm confused I think he posted those variations because you said that there was only the blue one. It's an idea, the designer of the logo can easily make those changes. Moreover, I don't talk about an elimination tournament on the contrary I'm telling you to keep all the color variations, they can be great e.g. for t-shirts.
I was just thinking that it could be original to have an official logo with 2 or 3 different colors.I don't think having a set official color palette will prevent anyone from using whatever color they want on a T-shirt. The official color palette is for... official things
You can still have your pink realtree D on a T-shirt. With a duck...
Can you stop making polls that last only 48h??
I got some real life!!