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A few thoughts?

Discussion in 'Graphic Design & Logo Design Critique:' started by Timknight81, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. Timknight81

    Timknight81 New Member

    What do people think? The link is not ready yet, and I am no expert at indesign, i am a beginner, but I am trying, need some advice!

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  2. Brentt

    Brentt New Member

    Hi, work on typography more and layout. But current font is horrible
  3. Wardy

    Wardy Well-Known Member

    Hi, what you need to do is either hire a designer or go to your local
    Printer who will do a basic design for you. There are too many things wrong with it
    for us to give any meaningful criticism.
  4. helios

    helios New Member

    Sorry to say but you have to design everything again. If you are not expert there are websites that offer free templates like canva.
  5. hankscorpio

    hankscorpio Moderator Staff Member

  6. PistolPete

    PistolPete Member

    Disclaimer: I'm not a designer just an amateur who hangs around here sometimes, but here are my thoughts:

    - I like the main 'Pasty King' logo with the crowns.

    - Not sure on the purple, it seems a bit much. If it's a key brand colour you could perhaps try using it in a more limited way - just behind the headings, or maybe put some of the text in boxes so the background isn't so all consuming.

    - the 'the original and best' bit looks blocky & pixelated

    - the clipart crowns aren't really doing anything

    - the pasty image has not been cut out very well & the drop shadow just makes that more obvious.

    - there's absolutely nothing wrong with using one of the classic serif fonts ( is that Times New Roman?), but in this context I'd want something considerably bolder for the key information. At the very least I'd think about capitalising the opening hours & 'click the crown' parts.

    All that assumes you're here because you're interested in design & would like to produce something better. If you're just doing someone a favour, I'd agree with others here who suggest hiring someone in (or getting them to, obviously) .

    If you are committed to designing it yourself don't lose heart too much. Takeaways local to me put worse design than this through my door on a weekly basis.
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