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Well the check looks more like a V, which is probably what they were going for, but I'm not sure how well it will work in stand-alone applications.

It does provide them with some flexibility that wasn't there before, since they couldn't really use the old V in any other application.

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Well the check looks more like a V, which is probably what they were going for, but I'm not sure how well it will work in stand-alone applications.

It does provide them with some flexibility that wasn't there before, since they couldn't really use the old V in any other application.

You're on the the answer that was right in front of their face and the missed it. Should have made the V a check mark. Its a simple solution that retains a bit of the old mnemonic device of the red Z

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I'm very surprised they didn't turn the leading "v" into a checkmark, while keeping the implied underline of the "z." We were talking about this on another message board and I made this in about 20 seconds on Paint.net:

2CQAbUq.png

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I'm very surprised they didn't turn the leading "v" into a checkmark, while keeping the implied underline of the "z." We were talking about this on another message board and I made this in about 20 seconds on Paint.net:

2CQAbUq.png

This would work better without the top line. As is, it looks like you are trying to determine the square root of erizon.

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I'm very surprised they didn't turn the leading "v" into a checkmark, while keeping the implied underline of the "z." We were talking about this on another message board and I made this in about 20 seconds on Paint.net:

2CQAbUq.png

This would work better without the top line. As is, it looks like you are trying to determine the square root of erizon.

Sort of like how this one is attempting to determine the square root of the answer:

vans-logo.jpg

And, of course, the square root of 1:

virginia_tech_logo.gif

Re: Verizon... meh. I'll hold off until I see how they might use the check/V in advertising.

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Yesterday thinking about the google change I was thinking about what companies actually really needed to change their logo, and verizon was one of them.

But yeesh, this is horrible looking,just really really bad, when the old one, which was bad with its fade out gradient (which never transferred to signs), is better still, you have a problem.

Man the other company I was thinking of was Burger King lol

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