From pixelated rezzed-up nastiness of the dark ages of the web, to clean & crisp. The logo is still almost the same. I just cleaned it up a little and even made a few shiney ‘web 2.0’ styled buttons for them. Have a look. My hosting customers LOVE fantastico. It makes installing scripts so easy. And I love fantastico – it lets users know when updates are required and makes it fairly simple for them to install. But their logo drives me batty. So I volunteered in their forum to just clean up the logo a tiny bit and also made it scalable.
They’ve asked that we not use these logos on our sites if we have current valid fantastico licenses. Handsonwebhosting.com does just that, and I’m a part of that. So here are a couple examples:
If your existing logo is in need of a little love or just enough scalability to get it on a printed brochure, just drop me a project request on my comment page, along with a link to your existing logo. Take it from Fantastico – if you want a better looking logo but also want to keep your identity you’ve established, all it takes is the right designer to let you have your cake and eat it too.