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# i was going to fix their one...
But ended up doing my own instead
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:48, archived)
# i would actually
rate yours much higher than theirs
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:49, archived)
# My thoughts exactly
The first time I saw this logo was on the FP and if that's supposed to say 2012, well...

Let's hope they don't put the organisation in the hands of a 3 year old like they did the logo.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:52, archived)
# *Gives you 400k*
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:49, archived)
# needs more pubes and spunk
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:49, archived)
# 2012 logo: 400k
the look on seb coes face when he prretends he likes it: priceless
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:49, archived)
# it's like
the birthday pressie from granny
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:51, archived)
# So I have nothing agains the logo if what they say is true and are targeting a market in 2012
If trends go in 20 year cycles the it's going to be that garish yearly 90's stuff that is going to be all the rage.
*preorders his shell suit*
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:50, archived)
# *flicks matches in your general direction*
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:50, archived)
# and mullets
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:51, archived)
# also, the site says the logo will evolve as the games near
im hoping that means theyll make it decent, rather than just add a colour fade or the like
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:51, archived)
# well that's another
£400,000 down the pan then:P
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:52, archived)
# I thought they were targetting it at people who will be young in 2012
not getting it designed by people who will still be young in 2012.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:51, archived)
# Gah
i fucking hated them.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:54, archived)
# The Logo actually reminds me of
a Isle of Wight t shirt I got given on holiday once. Only superseded in crapness but a 'Welcome to Wiltshire' t shirt I got from an uncle and aunt one year.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:56, archived)
# Ven-tastic!
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:51, archived)
# this is the blokes site what designed it
www.wolff-olins.com/ - clearly a knob
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:52, archived)
# perhaps they'll spend the 400k
fixing their god awfull website.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:55, archived)
# It's horrible, isn't it?
The eyeball doesn't even follow the cursor. Rubbish.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:56, archived)
# I died waiting for all the 'flash content' to work...
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:57, archived)
# the site is soooooooooooo slow
and un-user friendly.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 16:01, archived)
# its a post 2.0
statement on the user interaction values of modern brand platforms. its poor design is a deliberate consumer connection ideology. yeah.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 16:07, archived)
# web 2.0 is shit and doesn't exist.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 16:11, archived)
# I just get a horribly slow menu
even tried it in IE *shudder* - still no good.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:58, archived)
# christ
this man is nathan barley. well toolbox.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:55, archived)
# ^^this
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 16:03, archived)
# already emailed
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:55, archived)
# 'buahaus'?
oops
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 16:00, archived)
# Buahus
ashally.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 16:06, archived)
# bwahahaha
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 16:08, archived)
# well i ggogled it to be sure
and there was pages of it, oh well

:D
trust you to spot it you pedantic whore
i'm not the one being paid 400k here :)


*googles again
ha ha! it would have helped if i'd read some of the results :)
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 16:07, archived)
# clearly a brand marketing company
as told in the initial bit that they are 180 people, with office in london and new york.

[edit]also firefox doesn't like the site.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:56, archived)
# nothing likes the site
i may be using IE, but we have super fast access here
and it just dawdles like a little lost child
taking at least 20 seconds for a click to respond with an action
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 15:59, archived)
# yes
i've tried it in both, IE and FF

its slow in both, howere it is slightly faster in IE.

it's just so boring and tiresome to navigate.
(, Mon 4 Jun 2007, 16:03, archived)