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Logo design by Michael Betancourt and Stephanie Mannheim.

P.S. Some commenters suggested the top of the S above is too large, but I wonder if that’s just because I’ve posted the logo in a large format. On the screen it would typically be smaller, something like this, which appears a bit more tasteful:



  1. Anonymous says:

    Looks nice, but I like the old logo a little better. The top-heaviness of that S is slightly discomforting.

  2. I think this logo is excellent! It’s interesting how different it “feels” if you look at it upside down — the top-heaviness of the S makes it look like it’s advancing towards you, which I think is neat!

    • Keith O'Rourke says:

      Hmm, might also suggest that with better flexible modelling, your appraised uncertainty widens rather than narrows…

      I think that would be the right message of what should be expected, though not always.

  3. Corey says:

    That ‘S’ has two U-turns. I was promised no U-turns!

  4. Hernan Bruno says:

    It looks great.

    I would make both sides of the “S”-ribbon thicker and perhaps similar in thickness. This would play nicely with the foreground-background perception. I mean that the red part of the log would also look like a slightly tilted “S”.

    Another advantage of thickening the ribbon is that it would scale down better. Imagine on your browser tab.

  5. Anders Gorm Pedersen says:

    I love this logo! Now, please put it on the t-shirts:

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