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New Coffeesh0p Logo

By John Clarke

While this blog might be getting nice new design in the next few days, Coffeesh0p is being completely overhauled with a tonne of new features, as awesome as they are numerous. I’ll have to detail them all at some point, whether here or on a news post on the site itself, but for now click this link for a little preview of the new logo (Warning: interactively funky):

–> Coffeesh0p’s New Logo <–

Please leave any feedback in the comments below.

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4 Responses to New Coffeesh0p Logo

  1. Mike says:

    I like it! Is it just an introductory page before getting to the front page though, or is it gonna be a permanent addition to the top of your website?

  2. Devon says:

    I love it, although I think the website would need updating along with it, but it’s good 😀

  3. Synchronium says:

    Mike: It’s an interactive version of the logo. That page or any of the interactivity won’t be on the new site. The logo itself is a C made up of loads of circles, which will sit at the top of the site.

    Devon: It’s being completely redone, so it should fit in perfectly.

    Thanks for the feedback!

  4. Devon says:

    Liking the new Synchronium too, but I have one quick question related to the Coffeesh0p. Should I be concered about this?

    http://www.synchronium.net/2010/12/14/legal-highs-the-2010-drug-strategy/

    Partically that part that reads ‘‘Legal highs’ pose a sig­ni­fic­ant health risk, so ban­ning is a pub­lic health meas­ure. A ban sends a clear mes­sage to users of ‘legal highs’ (includ­ing young people who may be con­sid­er­ing try­ing them), and to those selling them. Young people in par­tic­u­lar may equate legal with safe and do not always under­stand that these drugs carry real risks.’

    Are they really banning legal highs? If so, when?

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