New Bee Docs Logo!
Wednesday, August 06, 2008
Here is the new logo. Designed by Turnstyle in Seattle.
I think they did a brilliant job of capturing the brand characteristics I described last week as well as creating something that is beautiful in its own right. I hope you like it too!
It looks really good Adam - I love the font for the lettering too.
Karen, thanks. The lettering was custom drawn by the Turnstyle designers. I believe they based the letterforms on Gotham by Hoefler & Frere-Jones.
Nicely done... do you also have a wide-aspect version (e.g., to replace the existing logo on the BeeDocs Timeline webpage) or is there a full site renovation coming built around the new branding?
(you know, like when you plan to just change one thing in a house, like add a window, and it turns into a down-to-the-studs renovation?) :)
By the way, Timeline 3D was featured on http://www.mactricksandtips.com/ today...
There is both a new Bee Docs' Timeline product logo on its way as well as a full site renovation. :)
Thanks for the heads up on Mac Tricks and Tips. Looks like a great review!
Sorry Adam :-(
the font is cool - very now
the logo - well. ok - busy bee and all that but aesthetically flat, drab even - a drop shadow might give it 'lift' and fit better with your 3D slant
Notwithstanding, its the app that's brill :-) - any chance of drop shadows being available for images within events?
Also, is there any advice anywhere as to the mechanics as to how to create a background carrying e.g. a logo
Nice job with your company. I was requested to submit a sequence of events for the FAA in timeline format but didn't have the s/w. Found you with Google (timeline software). But it was your demo video that sold me. I, too, love Apple; you presentation is Apple-clean, Apple aesthically pleasing and Apple accessible. Timeline is simple to use.
Can't wait to purchase and send it to my iPhone and put it in Keynote. And, I will be emailing the timeline to the FAA today.
Here's to your success!
I love Timeline, and went to the home page to check out 3D; the main page (http://www.beedocuments.com/index.php) says "Full License $40," but the store on plimus.com lists that as the price for the non-3D version. Perhaps you should update the beedocs homepage to reflect which version is being advertised? Consistency in text copy is more important than logos, especially when it comes to pricing.
I have been trying to find a timeline software such as this for a long time now, and I'm glad it exists! I am a music historian of sorts, and currently plot out albums I've listened to on paper by year, so that I can get a sense of different music trends.
Unfortunately, I do not own a Mac and I've been trying to find a Windows alternative for quite a while now. I saw a post in your blog indicating that you've been working on a Windows version - is this still in the works?
Keep up the great work!
Thank you for your comments. I am not currently developing a Windows version of Bee Docs' Timeline.
It's totally cool!! I really love the details. :)
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