If your comment is a dig at me raising this issue, then can you please advise
when members of BA (and BOCA) were invited to have an input? As a BA member I
can answer only answer if for myself; never.
On 20/01/2012, at 2:35 PM, Peter Baitz wrote:
> Afternoon All
> As a member of [ Boca] I also attended meetings re process and design, where
> these issues were discussed.I am led to believe all BA and BOCA members were
> advised over many months,
> and I am a little annoyed that Some People have taken this long to winge
> instead of using due process.
> Peter Baitz
> On 20/01/2012, at 12:03 PM, Merrilyn Serong wrote:
>> Hi Elizabeth,
>> I totally agree with you. It's a beautiful and simple design. I love it.
>> On 20/01/2012 11:09 AM, Elizabeth Shaw wrote:
>>> As Alistair guessed, considerable time, consultation and money went into
>>> researching and preparation of the new logo. I have been to at least three
>>> meetings where the process and the reasons for the design were explained.
>>> The new logo has grown on me and where I was pleased with it originally I
>>> am now enthusiastic about it as it delivers what a logo needs to deliver.
>>> At a glace it stands out as a generic bird - its not meant to be a specific
>>> species. Choosing a single species to represent all Australian birds would
>>> be impossible. To me the shape symbolises hope, life, movement and love.
>>> The colour is calming and fresh.
>>> I was thrilled to finally get my first official communication from BirdLife
>>> Australia - the new era has begun!
>>> Elizabeth Shaw
>>> Phillip Island