The circled U in HUB means the Hubber and the reader, I take it, and people sometimes like that. The logo reminds me of a cattle brand and also of a nice restaurant sign, so these could be positive. I like the neon look.
Illustrated in the neon style, the white letters are resting upon a royal blue background and this background provides a certain outstanding and eye catching look! One commentator was right; the circle does distort the H. Yes it does look like a cattle brand. I agree with that other hubber.
It's just that its the forum page. I was under the impression it was to attract people to the site to create more hubs. If that is the case it would be better to be a stellar hub page advertising hub itself. As it is it seems to be aimed at existing hubbers. But maybe that was the intention. I don't want to start any dissent so maybe I misunderstood. Peter
I hate it because it resembles an Expletive symbol or some sort of glitch or display error. It is also illegible. It is childish IMO. HP is meant to be serious and authoritative. Brands are very important - that one sucks!
Has anyone noticed that things have slowed way down on the hub pages?Has anyone one else out there noticed that the hub pages has slowed down, and is going through a stagnant period now? If so why do you think that is? Is it because of all of the idled hubs (Zzz's) ?
Has anyone else noticed that the topics on your hubs are not showing the most important topic?I noticed that the topic chosen is not showing on the actual hub at the top as usual. So, I went under the hub and clicked to edit, and it is showing there under the proper topic. Then when I...
Do you post your pictures with or without borders?After three years on HP, I just happened to notice the choice of framing the photos we post on our hub with a border or not. Hahaha When reading a hub of others, which photos are more visually appealing to you, the ones with the border...
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