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#1
Hi

I am a web designer / front end developer and I am currently doing a re brand for myself. I have come up with a couple of options and would love to get some feedback on what works best or possible improvements?

Thanks in advance.
John

jdwhite-logo-1.png jdwhite-logo-2.png
 

hankscorpio

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#4
2nd one.

Think about the colours you're using. You have a blue, another blue, and a black, in those there triangles.

That's 3 colours. Then the grey text, this makes 4 colours.

If this had to be printed on to a pen, 4 colours would be very expensive. (or an umbrella)
 
#6
Prefer the simplicity of 1. Des 2 the 'W' is over complicated to me…doesn't say anything about the business? If you take the cross bar
off the first part you get a clearer W plus - tenuously its 2 ticks…one for 'design & one for 'development' Yes, cliched.... Yes, I've too much time on my
hands…someone give me some work…ooohh…Tipping Point….
 

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#7
Prefer the simplicity of 1. Des 2 the 'W' is over complicated to me…doesn't say anything about the business? If you take the cross bar
off the first part you get a clearer W plus - tenuously its 2 ticks…one for 'design & one for 'development' Yes, cliched.... Yes, I've too much time on my
hands…someone give me some work…ooohh…Tipping Point….
Thanks @bonsdes. the 'w' very loosely can be broken into two parts with the first part being a J and the two parts together being the W. This is not meant to be instantly clear or anything just a subtlety that maybe some people pick up on.
 

Levi

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#11
All I can say is I seem to be seeing that 'stylised' W from the second design from the first post popping up everywhere at the moment. Same goes for the double tick version.