Build scripts and final renders of the official CrySP logo
|Nik Unger 0e3c779857 Update to newest versions of python, inkscape, etc||2 years ago|
|build||2 years ago|
|Makefile||2 years ago|
|README.md||4 years ago|
|master_template.svg||4 years ago|
|proc-template.py||2 years ago|
|strip-pdf-metadata.sh||2 years ago|
This repository contains the official CrySP logo and its associated build scripts.
The rendered logo is stored in the build directory. Filenames follow this naming convention:
X defines the contents of the logo according to the following table:
||Only the pictorial mark|
||The pictorial mark and "CrySP"|
||Pictorial mark, "CrySP", and the lab name|
||Pictorial mark, "CrySP", lab name, and "@ uWaterloo"|
Y defines the logo colour scheme according to the following table:
Y is one of the following values:
All combinations are available in SVG, PDF, and PNG formats (based on
the file extension
Z). Versions that have a solid background colour
(either black or white) are also available in EPS format.
In addition to all of the above, the build/icon directory
contains versions of the pictorial mark that are usable as icons; they
contain no margins around the mark. Each file named
crysp-logo-icon-A.png is a square PNG with
A pixels per side.
crysp-logo-icon.ico is a
multi-resolution icon file containing every resolution from the PNG
files. It is designed to support all of the most common icon sizes
across many devices.
specifically meant for use on the web. It contains only the resolutions
necessary for web use, and thus is significantly smaller than the full
icon file. crysp-logo-icon.svg is the
vectorized source for the icons.
The Makefile is also capable of rendering optimized PNGs of specific
sizes on demand. The size of these PNGs is specified either as a fixed
height or a fixed width; the other dimension is automatically
determined. To build such a file, simply append
-wB to the
filename before the extension, where
B is the pixel count of the
height or width, respectively. For example:
Finally, the master_template.svg file in the root directory contains the Inkscape file that serves as a template for the Makefile.
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