Originally Posted by randomizer
It does; 3.5x in fact. But this is all irrelevant anyway because bandwidth is one of the least important factors for creating a logo. Complex logos aren't any better than simple ones. In fact they can be a whole lot worse. People recognise logos by shape and colour. If the logo is too complex they won't be able to remember it very well, so simple logos can be quite effective.
The same could be said in reverse. If your logo is too
simple, no one will ever recognize it.
If you walk by a store front and there is a green circle on the door, you're not going to assume it's the company logo, you're gonna think a 6 year old was in the area earlier that day with a pack of stickers.
The point is there are extremes in all things and in all directions. Logos are best when they avoid said extremes. Anything else comes down to personal taste and as you and others have said, things like bandwidth cost and media format are totally irrelevant, and make for asinine arguments.Edited by Zero4549 - 8/25/12 at 9:35am