Behold Our New nofilmschool Logo! Plus We're Partnering with FreshDV to Best Cover NAB
Behold our new logo! While our complete site redesign is still a ways off, we’re premiering this new logo, very cleanly designed by David Ceraso, right away on our present site. We are also no longer “NoFilmSchool” or “No Film School” — henceforth we are simply “nofilmschool,” which is how I wrote it when I originally launched the site anyway. We will thus save ourselves (and you) the trouble of hitting the space or shift keys. We hope you like the new logo (and if you’re lazy how could you not like the new capitalization, or lack thereof?). Read on for some further pontification, as well as some news on our coverage of this year’s installment of the world’s largest film/video tradeshow, NAB.
This may go without explaining, but the new logo picks up on this:
While also being recognizable and distinctive in its own right.
For posterity’s sake, here’s what the old “logo” looked like — when I was designing the site, I never got around to creating a proper logo and so we’ve been stuck without a real logo for years:
Next week is the year’s biggest film/video tradeshow, NAB, and NFS editor Joe Marine and I will be there in person. Stop by and say “hi!” if you spot us. We’ll be partnering with our friends at FreshDV for video coverage of the show this year, as they have been doing a great job for many a NAB. Our latest coverage of this year’s show will always be available with this tag, which we’ll publicize more during the show (April 7-11). We’re excited to be bringing you this year’s coverage from the show floor — I think there will be some pretty significant stuff showing up for filmmakers this year.
Like our new logo? Hate the all-lowercase spelling? Let us know…
Oh, and now that we have an actual logo, you know what we have to figure out next… business cards!
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