Labeled as REQ-LOGO in Design Contests, started by Nametree, Apr 20, 2019
You have two variants..I'll appreciate your feedback. @Nametree
Will upload my entries soon.
Thanks for all your submissions. I'm only gonna comment on these two because the others I certainly dislike the font choices.
This is attractive in it's simplicity, but I'm not sure about the stencil style font.
This is your most distinct submission so far, it certainly stands out. My worry here is that it stands out a little too much and it isn't as easily readable.
Thanks for the submission, Tony. Here goes:
- For the first one, I don't like the font. I'm not a fan of connecting some letters while not others, especially if it doesn't add up to anything meaningful. It doesn't work, sorry.
- Your second submission is nicer, I appreciate seeing a variant with an italic style font. The tail(s) of the "y" really take away from any elegance though, it feels slithery and off-putting unfortunately.
Thanks for the submission, I'm not a fan of this one, I don't see why the leftover bit of gray on the side of the O, I'm not into the font, I don't see a novel concept.
These are my top three submissions so far, in no particular order - @DesignPros @Dominium @kraman.157. Neither are perfect, I've replied with feedback to each of your submissions and would love to see more from you.
For any future submissions, I'd love to see a logo that incorporates the idea of a puzzle, as requested in the original post - and would love to see more color.
Thanks to everyone entering so far!
Hmm I like this concept, I see where you're going with it, but readability is lacking. If the distance between the T/O and the O/R were similar to what is currently between S/T I think it would be more readable. Right now I can only tell it says story because I know it's meant to, but I think it would be a struggle for a first time viewer.
I don't love your second submission, I've given this feedback to someone else before you but eyes in a logo make me think of surveillance which is a negative direction.
Not the right direction, sorry, doesn't inspire professionalism, stands out in all the wrong ways...
Thanks! This is nice and certainly does the job - but doesn't really stand out as particularly memorable - it's perhaps a little obvious.
Not the right direction, sorry...
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