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Winner of the JSF Spec Logo Contest: Wilber Saca

Posted by edburns on May 11, 2011 at 2:12 PM PDT

About three weeks ago, I called for the community to submit entries for a contest to design a logo for the JSF specification. Sixteen different individuals submitted 32 entries. Thank you very much for contributing!

Per the recommendation of Arun Gupta and Imre Oßwald, I used a web voting platform to determine the winner, and here it is.

Official JSF Logo

I would have uploaded it to the Official Homepage of the JSF Specification, <http://jsf-spec.java.net/>, but this bug <http://kenai.com/jira/browse/KENAI-2654> is preventing me from doing so.

Many thanks to Wilber and all who submitted entries. If Wilber wants to plug something, such his twitter account or blog, he can put a comment on this blog entry. I'll be sending the book his way within the week.

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<p>I think the logo looks great! Now we only need a logo for ...

I think the logo looks great! Now we only need a logo for JPA...

<p>&nbsp;For me looks bit too similar to JetBrains IntelliJ ...

For me looks bit too similar to JetBrains IntelliJ Idea logo... Fan looks like J and colors are also in same mood. Not my vote :/

<p>I believe that all things are made to improve and the JSF ...

I believe that all things are made to improve and the JSF spec logo won't be a exception. The logo has several meanings related to JSF, in the green part you can notice two, it is flexible and friendly.
PS: Sorry for my English, writing is still hard for me.

<p>pretty one</p> <p>what does it mean?</p>

pretty one
what does it mean?

I think of it either as a fan, or a fish scale. I also like ...

I think of it either as a fan, or a fish scale. I also like the obtuse angle that means JSF can encompass a wide range of solutions.