rkimball at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 16:06:20 EST 2006
I also think there is too much text. I wish we had a logo of some kind
that communicated accessible gaming. If we go with text, I think we
can get away with a minimal approach, simple "game NOT over" text on
the chest portion in big bold letters and "Game Accessiblity SIG" or a
statement, "Support Game Accessibility" on the back across the
It's always hard to read specific information like a website address
on moving targets (people walking). Hopefully, the shirt will provoke
people to stop those wearing it and ask what it's all about. Let's not
forget that people will be looking at their program guides everyday at
GDC to find interesting events to attend. If someone has seen us
wearing the "game NOT over" t-shirt, they are more likely to recognize
the words in a program guide and read more about it.
On 1/10/06, Tim Chase <agdev at thechases.com> wrote:
> > I've done a GA-SIG t-shirt design for the conference, and
> > which we can also sell to get people to donate to us (I can
> > simply remove the GDC/Tutorial day text at the bottom for
> > those t-shirts)
> > What do you think?
> I like it. Particularly the "Game Not Over" logo. I do think
> it's a bit busy/crowded with all those bits in there:
> * the IGDA logo
> * the "Game Not Over"
> * the "IGDA Tutorial day"/conference bit
> * the IGDA Game Accessibility SIG + URL bit
> It seems a bit much organized as such. I don't know if it would
> be possible to do some front/back work (I know it raises prices,
> unfortunately), or shrink/condense the parts other than the "Game
> Not Over" portion.
> If one's considering sponsor logos on there (I heard talk of
> corporate sponsorship at one point, but don't remember if that
> moved forward), one could do the "Game Not Over" on the front,
> with the remaining three bits plus the sponsor info on the back.
> Or even without sponsor logos, the extra verbiage would go well
> on the back, leaving the front's message/teaser to stand alone.
> Just a few from-the-hip thoughts.
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