Subject:New Stylus Studio Product Logo = XML Data Integration? Author:SSDN Admin Date:04 Aug 2004 08:34 AM
Dear Stylus Studio Users,
We're excited to announce our new Stylus Studio product logo! The new logo resembles a paperclip and can be seen on various pages throughout the new website site, for example, on our download page: http://www.stylusstudio.com/xml_download.html
But what does a paperclip have to do with XML? Our new Stylus Studio product logo symbolizes three ideas:
1) The shape contains a blue, double-s design which stands for our product initials (Stylus Studio) in our official product colors.
2) The paperclip shape is a metaphor for data integration – as an analogy, if you think of XML data as paper (in that paper has been historically used to store any kind of information much in the same way information today is now being encoded in XML and stored electronically), then Stylus Studio is the 'paperclip' that helps you organize, bind together and integrate data.
3) The paperclip's tubular design represents XML data flow - Stylus Studio's various advanced XML tools helps you develop the back-end or middleware application 'plumbing' which powers sophisticated XML data integration applications.
So there you have it — our renewed commitment to XML data integration and a cool new Stylus Studio product logo!