Good: I’m joining Themis Ad Network
Okay: I need to put together promotional materials for this site so that advertisers will know what they’re getting into.
Bad: I need the logo of the site in vector format, and I saved the original as a not-particularly-high-res PNG.
Worse: I no longer own or even remember the font used in the logo.
Worst: Looks like I’ll need to re-make the logo, more or less from nothing. Using vectors. Which I’ve never done before and I’m not even sure if Paintshop Pro 8 supports.
I know my current “Web 2.0” is horribly dorky, and doesn’t really match the whole “Roleplaying Games” theme. I knew it when I put it up. It’s much too corporate and plastic, but dangit, I like(d) that shiny white iPod plastic look. Right now I’m a fan of the whole “Sideways logo” like I have going on my Twitter Page, although I’m not convinced that would be a good idea for a blog. (Simply because it’s so unconventional.)
So now I’m mulling over what to do. If anyone has any suggestions or pointers on logo design that don’t involve spending money, I’d love to hear them. If any of you web design Jedis can I.D. that font, even better.
And just to be clear: I’m not planning on overhauling the site or anything. Everything else should stay pretty much the same.
EDIT: chabuhi identified the font in the comments below. Apparently I used Bank Gothic Medium. Thanks chabuhi!
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