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A brand logo for a company 'Wooductions'

Discussion in 'Graphic Design & Logo Design Critique:' started by Marmets, Oct 31, 2017.

  1. Marmets

    Marmets New Member

    Greetings dear visitor,

    I finished my latest project about 2 days ago and I would like you to tell me about the logo. Is it catchy for you? Does it look professional? What would you change?

    Wooductions is a company who 'produces and sells wood'. Logs are the best way to define the organization.

    Your opinion will help me to improve myself and reach my dreams faster.
    The logo itself ->
    Presentation of the logo ->

    Kind regards,
    Marmets Design
    Giving up is not a solution, it is a mistake...
  2. AlexC

    AlexC Member

    Hello Marmets!

    If you don't want the company to find out that you're asking people on a forum what they think of the logo, I would advise you not to mention the company directly in the text. You could start a thread and write for example "what do you think about this brand logo". Then you write about what type of company it is that you have created the logo for. You can mention that they for example sell wooden furniture. Afterwards you add links to images, as you have done here. And the company name will be evident to those wanting to give you advice on what you can do. I write this to make you aware that the company could see this thread when they search for their name on Google and this thread will show up. It could be worth to think about this in the future.

    Now to the logo. I think it looks professional. The company produces and sells wood, and the logo that you have created describes the business very well. You have cut out some elements from the logs, so they look like real logs and not like pipes or something else. Speaking from personal experience, when I create logotypes for clients I like to create several examples. Let's say three and then the client can pick one. If you would like to create another example to show your client, you could perhaps use an image of a cut through tree. See link below:
  3. Marmets

    Marmets New Member

    Hi Alex,

    This is not a real company. This is the name that came into my mind. It was my fault I didn't mention that before.

    Next time I will make several examples.

    Kind regards,
    Marmets Design
    Giving up is not a solution - it is a mistake...
  4. AlexC

    AlexC Member

    Ok. I understand. Keep up the good work :)
  5. Marmets

    Marmets New Member

    Thank you very much, Alex. I wish you the best of luck!
  6. Gareff

    Gareff New Member

    Not sure why, but I'm getting Tiger poop vibes!

    I would maybe change the weight of the strap line. Looks like it loses some definition when made smaller.
  7. Start for Art

    Start for Art New Member

    The angle of the logs is a little off, try to design it in a way where it is rotated anti-clockwise slightly. If that makes sense
  8. Marmets

    Marmets New Member

    Gareff and Start for Art,

    Thank you both for your feedback. Your feedback is helping me to improve myself
  9. Start for Art

    Start for Art New Member

    Good! Being good at design is all about practicing constantly, you will soon find you will achieve day by day if you stick to it.

    Good luck my friend
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