June 3, 2013
Hello Jonathan -
Good decisions. In your latest attached sign, you need to make the left arrowhead light, or unfilled - for the left hand. That is what I call a typo error - ha!
Thank you Cherie and Adam,
You are right, the palms aren't facing the body and the fingers
are facing down. We also changed the movement arrows so that it is
simpler to read.
Let us know what you think.
On 5/29/2013 8:51 PM, Adam Frost wrote:
[log in to unmask]" type="cite">I have to agree with Cherie's question of the palm
facing in toward the body. Also, are the fingers down meaning that
the hands are rotated that way, or is it that the hands are
rotated so the fingers are up? I would suspect that the sign is
like the first one that Cherie sent. Is that what you mean?
On May 29, 2013, at 12:31 PM, Cherie Wren wrote:
faces in toward body? Its very similar for an ASL sign
for McDonalds, but ours is palm out.
Or this one
Or this one
One restaurant, so many signs...
in case you couldn't see the graphics
the first time.
This is how we wrote the sign for Mc
Donald's. We couldn't find the arrows
we needed to show the shape of the
movement so we put them end to end. Is
this OK? Is there a better way?