Hi guys. Some of you may remember me posting a logo on this thread a little while ago that I was working on for a carp pool called The Sitch Carp Syndicate. It got a great response and someone replied saying they could imagine seeing it on one of those inspirational logo websites, which prompted me to submit it to Logo Of The Day. I was delighted when Jacob Cass emailed me on Friday to say it had been selected for showcase. Great news considering how many logos he must get emailed to him. However, the comments I've received on the site are, shall we say, less than constructive. I'm really disappointed by this - I was hoping that that I might receive some useful and constructive criticism, but people have been quite rude in my opinion. I'm really not precious about my work. I'm no Wally Olins but I'm not bad either. I do as good a job as I can with the brief I'm given and most of the time I nail it - I wouldn't be able to make a living otherwise. However the comments I've received on LOTD have really knocked my confidence. So my question is how useful do you think it is to open up and share you're work on the internet for feedback from your peers? Is the internet a good tool for getting constructive criticism on your work, or is the audience simply too big and varied to get a fair response? I realise design is subjective and everyone has an opinion they're entitled to, but how do you deal with blunt and flippant critique of your work? Jim.