dependency-management-data now has a logo!

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I'm excited to announce that as of today, dependency-management-data officially has a logo πŸš€

As well as the image that should be showing πŸ‘† there's also a white version:

The dependency-management-data logo, a UFO with a tractor beam sucking up your data. This is a slightly different version to the one in the post's header, as that one has a bluish grey body and data cubes, whereas this is white.

Last year, I asked if anyone had a recommendation for a designer, and was pointed to Andy Carolan, who I've really enjoyed working with, and I'm super happy with the result.

As well as the logo, there's the standalone UFO for favicons or more square inputs, and we're still working on a little robot (who I'm calling "Dep the dependency") who's going to be a character on the dependency-management-data site.

Some of you may be thinking "why didn't you just get an AI to design it", to which I'd like to remind you that it's nice to not rob humans of work, and I've enjoyed working with someone who can take things in different directions, add their own artistic flair, and help with the process.

Written by Jamie Tanna's profile image Jamie Tanna on , and last updated on .

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