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Gerard de Noord  Identity Verified
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Sep 11, 2007

I like the new Z in your logo. Very elegant!

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Gerard


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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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Where do you see this new zee? Sep 12, 2007

Gerard de Noord wrote:
I like the new Z in your logo. Very elegant!


After having read your post, I right-clicked the logo and went "Reload image" a few times, just in case my cache is a little over-enthusiastic, but... it still looks pretty much the same to me. Where can I see the new zee?


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Gerard de Noord  Identity Verified
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It must be part of the new design Sep 12, 2007



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Steven Capsuto  Identity Verified
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Looks good but... Sep 12, 2007

The problem with the "handwritten" Z in general is that people unfamiliar with the site can easily misread it as a 2.

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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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Both look like twos Sep 12, 2007

Steven Capsuto wrote:
The problem with the "handwritten" Z in general is that people unfamiliar with the site can easily misread it as a 2.


Both old and new zees look like twos two me. But who cares? ProZ.com's site colour scheme is military themed, and the logo has a targeting eyesight in it too. But no-one thinks we're a paramilitary group of translators...


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Cilian O'Tuama
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the new one looks like a quickly scribbled question mark Sep 12, 2007

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Valery Kaminski  Identity Verified
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At least the new one does not resemble 7 Sep 13, 2007

I still remember how I used to say ZUP instead of 7UP!

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