You’re correct that we didn’t follow correct protocol for designing a logo, as none of us at the beginning had that experience. The sketch discussed at the top came from sitting with a few UX/UI ppl informally and discussing the movement vision and what we want to communicate to the world.
This thread brings up an interesting question we have to resolve, and so its really good that we’re having it now. With new users who have new ideas coming into the community regularly we’re going to find that long threads where members are discussing an idea or project, get into a groove where progress is happening. That’s going to get disrupted when a new idea is introduced as everyone needs to stop and discuss that idea.
I’ll work on creating documentation to guide users joining in existing discussions so we can protect that flow. I think it should be that members read back to get an understanding of whats going on, and then their comments should contribute to that idea.
If they feel strongly the correct action would be to begin an alternative idea then they should introduce that in it’s own thread as a 2nd option, which the rest of the community can talk about in its own space. build if they like it, and vote between which of the two is best when completed.
At this point this thread has been going for a while and has been about Isiah’s design for a while. so discussions should remain on Isiah’s design. Marina’s idea would be it’s own post. Mateo’s idea to begin the process from the beginning and follow all the steps would also be it’s own thread. when completed the community can vote if they want to keep with the current one, or switch to the new design.
@isaiahgirard @Mateo @MarinaOhNo What do you think about adding that to the user guide?