A few weeks ago, after a discussion in Bright's Challenges thread deviated on to the topic of the archaic class symbols, I designed three basic little alternatives, which are shown below.
Having been suprisingly well recieved, I got to thinking about the old and out-of-use Warning Labels, which I've always found to be not only visually unappealing in some cases, but inefficient for their intended purpose. I decided it might be feasible, or at least worth a try, to do something about that. And here we are: what I intend to be an ongoing series of warning symbols, based largley on the Attribute Tag Guide (thank you, Mackenzie) due to it being a somewhat comprehensive approach to the various aspects of our many articles.
Now I am, of course, not suggesting that the attachment of warning labels to pages be brought back; that would be insolent and silly of me. Nor am I suggesting that anyone need use the symbols I provide. No, I'm mostly designing these because it's something to be done, something which is nice to have lying around somewhere.
I can provide templates and details to anyone that might like to help, and would be thankful to anyone that did. I'd also appreciate if anyone were to help out in a less graphically-oriented fashion, such as, say, providing ideas for the images attached to odder tags.
Enclosed here are the Keter, Euclid and Safe symbols I'd previously made, as well as three new ones I made a start on this evening.
Further updates will be posted to this thread.