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Logo Critique


wac

Senior Member
#2
Well it’s hard to say, I can only see a very small image. I can zoom in on the browser but I’m not sure my critique will cover features caused by the quality of the image. Never the less, I like the lady bug itself, it’s quite simple and effective and works well with the underlining dots you have in the same pallet. I don’t like the serifs on the upper type face and if the descender is supposed to be missing on the ‘g’ it’s a bad idea because it looks like a ‘q’, try a cleaner font. It looks like it has some sort of hot wax coating filter on it but hopeful that’s just the thumbnail problem. Aside from that I think the logo is pretty good especially if it’s your first attempt at designing (although it’s slightly odd that your first effort at designing is to create a logo establishing yourself as a designer) Have a play around with your typographic features such as letter spacing and you’ll have a logo on your hands.
 
#3
Thank you Wac, I can definitely see what you mean about the font. Dont know how but i thought i could get away with it. I am looking around for a better font but I am open to suggestions.
 
#4
I am strugglin' to see it as it is fairly small.

First of all i think the ladybug looks a bit too simple. I would probably add some gradients to liven it up a little. Also i am not a huge fan on putting designs between the 'y' and the 'g'. It looks a little squished.I would experiment with various font types etc. Have a play around. I would take away the serifs on the 'ladybug' text.

Good start, just needs some adjustments.
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#7
right first off it would be helpful to us if you could flesh out the info as required here

without any further info, I see ladybuQ and a 6 eyed pacman (or even a pizza) being chased by a bouncy hopper toy.....

I know it's supposed to be a ladybird (ladybug is an americanism and is basically only used there) but it doesn't look like a ladybird, look at some of the images on google and you'll see what I mean - it's the spots mainly.