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Which logo should I go with??

Discussion in 'Logo Design & Brand Identity Forum:' started by bluecube, Oct 28, 2008.


Which logo do you prefer

  1. Logo 1

    0 vote(s)
  2. Logo 2

    6 vote(s)
  3. Logo 3

    5 vote(s)
  4. Logo 4

    0 vote(s)
  5. Logo 5

    25 vote(s)
  6. Logo 6

    3 vote(s)
  1. bluecube

    bluecube Member

    Hey All,

    Just wondered if I could get some feedback on my logo, we have a few options at the moemtn just wondered what you guys think...any feedback would be appreciated.



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  2. Greg

    Greg Active Member

    I think #6 looks great but would suggest making the type itself bigger to span across the cube so you have the blue on left side and cube on right (without splitting the words too much)

    And my second favourite is #1, got to say it was a tough call between the two, some really great ideas there Nathan, I bet you're really pleased with them!


    EDIT- I'd also either have both the lowercase e's like the first one in blue or both like the second in cube, having one with the cutout and one without may look a bit odd as both the 'B' and 'b' have the cut-out.
  3. Jilly

    Jilly New Member

    Hi Nathan,

    I like number 4 :)
  4. tomledwidge

    tomledwidge New Member

    i like number 1 and 6

    number 1 will be easier and more iconic on various applications clouds and gradients can sometimes look faded and lacking in punch
  5. craigfarrall

    craigfarrall Member

    I personally prefer #6
  6. lacedrabbit

    lacedrabbit Junior Member

    I was the person that went for 5, I think Its simple, and would print a little nicer.
  7. Visualise Graphics

    Visualise Graphics Junior Member

    It's number 4 for me. This one definatelly looks more dynamic than the others although I'd like to see the colours reversed maybe, blue on the outside and white on the inside. It might also help to have the text a little larger to aid repro in certain situations.

    Over all, really nice concepts.
  8. Greg

    Greg Active Member

    The more I look at these the more number 4 has grown on me, I think the style of typeface with the rounded corners really fits well with the curved edges of the cube. Let us know if you get any future developments of these concepts Nathan as would really like to see the development/chosen logo from these concepts. Greg
  9. berry

    berry Active Member

    I think that there is something quite nice about No.4. The type is nice, the graphic is good. But i suggest that the relationship and balance of sizes between the two needs looking at. As a functional ID it may also have reproduction and legibility problems at certain sizes.
  10. red tiger

    red tiger Member

    No. 4 reminds me of Portal. I prefer this one visually, but you havn't told us anything about what you're trying to achieve, what perception you want to give, your market sector and position etc etc... ;)
  11. Aarlev

    Aarlev Member

    That's a tough choice. They're all very good. But if I had to pick one I'd go for number 4.
  12. tbwcf

    tbwcf Active Member

    The strongest for me is definatly #4 it looks the most finished and a really nice, neat modern design
  13. sabian1982

    sabian1982 Member

    4 & 6 for me- if the site is going to have a web2.0 style/theme then 4 would probably work better...
  14. Can you tell us a bit more about the company/service/product/industry that the logo identity is representing?
  15. Daran Atkinson

    Daran Atkinson Junior Member

    My message was too short so...

  16. dreamleaf

    dreamleaf New Member

    4 does it for me, it looks quite versatile. Only drawback that springs to mind is that it could be viewed as a Mac.. which leads the thinking away from it's intended purpose.

    You could always do a google and name your logo idea's... i would call #4 the virtual toaster.
  17. Pete

    Pete Member

    I personally don't think 4 would reproduce very well in print. It tends to lend itself towards web / screen based use. So for this reason I think 2 is the one to go for. Possibly increase the font some what to help balance the logo a little more as the emblem is a little top heavy in my opinion.

    I hope this helps.
  18. dot design

    dot design Member

    We do need to know what you are trying to communicate and who to, what was the designers brief?
  19. berry

    berry Active Member

    Come on! BlueCube, you posted 2 weeks ago! If people give the time to respond to your post, then give them the courtesy of a response......Unless your:

    A. In Malia getting pissed for 2 weeks
    B. Just got the job as Newcastle United Manager
    C. Getting a hip replacement
    D. You've taken your computer to PC World for repair
    E. Been invited to "I'm a celebrity get me out of here" and won't be back till January latest
    F. Won the Euro Lottery ( in which case, who gives a toss about a logo)
  20. Greg

    Greg Active Member

    I think I may have the answer to this Berry, I got an auto-reply after sending out the Design Forums newsletter e-mail yesterday...

    I'm sure Nathan will be back to update us on this on the 18th/19th, and if he isn't I'll be chasing him up on it!! ;)

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