After a few people including myself finding it hard to find a decent SharePoint 2013 logo, I decided to create one myself.
What’s included in the ZIP is the following – Fireworks PNG, Photoshop PSD and an Illustrator AI & a high res Fireworks PNG file. All vector based using the hex code #0072C6
As a side note, I hope I don’t get into trouble with Microsoft over this, if they can point me in the right director to their official logos etc. then I will remove this post.
After my recent presentations at both SharePoint Saturday UK and SharePoint User Group UK, I have decided it would be a good idea and great help to people to release the ‘this is what I prepared earlier’ files including styles, images and Master Page that were used in both presentations.
So what do you get? you will a Master Page which is a slight modification of v4.master and all the styles that can give your out of the box installation a different look albeit fuchsia pink, which is an awful colour I know and all the required images. All the images are PinkPetrol related such as my logo and banner but you can use these files as a templates and obviously you can change and make your own using something like Photoshop, Fireworks or Gimp (which is free).
If you click and follow the link below, you will be able to download all the files with instructions.
I hope you find it useful and <shamelessplug>if you need any help, then please get in touch </shamelessplug>.
Just a reminder that the Learning Gateway Conference is on the 15th July at The Belfrey in Birmingham. The conference is being held by Richard Willis and Alex Pearce and is design for people using innovative technologies within the education sector. I am not primarily based in the education sector but I do have a keen interest in getting students on board and I love testing out my ideas on them!
I hope you all take a look look at the SharePoint’y style logo I designed for them
If you want more information on the event then check out Alex Pearce’s blog – http://vspug.com/ajp/2009/06/22/but-i-m-a-business-why-should-i-attend-the-learning-gateway-conference/
Hope to see you there!
I kindly ask by Microsoft MVP Andrew Woodward of 21apps.com to design some universal logos that can be used for when people are doing SharePoint related drinking events.
Taking on board the SharePoint logo using the 4 colors I worked that into a logo that uses a pint glass and produced a set of icons.
These logos can be downloaded from Andrew Woodwards site – 21app.com or alternatively by the direct link.