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Personal Logo - Critique Please.

Discussion in 'Graphic Design & Logo Design Critique:' started by CiaranGFX, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. CiaranGFX

    CiaranGFX New Member

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  2. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    I'd make both letters the same line-width, though at the minute it looks like 'DF' to me :)
  3. gprovan

    gprovan Member

    Looks a bit like a cup of coffee. If this is what you're going for then you could stylise it a bit more, perhaps with some slight curves. But yes, it could look like a 'D'.

    ARRIVALS Well-Known Member

    The CF looks like a Lego person's hand.

    I'm not keen on it. There's no real link between the top 2 letters and the word 'design'. 2 very different styles, 1 quite modern and blocky, and 1 very traditional. I'd start again on the CF part.
  5. CiaranGFX

    CiaranGFX New Member

    Yeah i agree, been trying something different, i still want it quite simple, is this too simple?

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  6. Stationery Direct

    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

    Not feeling either of them to be honest, sorry.
  7. CiaranGFX

    CiaranGFX New Member

    Don't need to apologies for honesty, im here to improve more then anything to be honest.

    ARRIVALS Well-Known Member

    I agree, I don't particularly like either. Perhaps you should take a look around at some other design agency websites and check out their branding portfolios. Get some inspiration. Find something you like and work off that. Obviously don't just copy anything but if there's something you like the look of, you'll get an idea of what you want yours to do/feel like and look like.
  9. SamBerry

    SamBerry New Member

    Personally I feel like your type sizing is slightly off, you don't want to over clutter things by having your type too big; particularly things like "tag lines" (beneath the logo).

    Possibly play around with using a smaller font size and play around with the letter spacing a little to create a more spacious feel.

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