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Discussion in 'Website & Graphic Reviews' started by harigopinath, Nov 1, 2011.
Please review this logo design:
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At first glance i like it. But I am trying to find a hidden image in the double B. I think the negative space could be more interesting and better handled, like the shape between the B's if they where slightly spaced out more. Also when you shrink it down it's hard to tell what it going on. I think it needs just a little tweeking.
i like the first one, it looks attractive, a white variant is too light and the black one is too gloomy...
Mono color logo is good for printing, it save cost. I have same impression like morrow, it takes me a bit time to get the double B, may be you can make the B more stand out e.g. BrandBuilder pro
I actually really like it. It's nice and simple and has an icon to represent the company.
Have you tried using the 2 B to make a wordmark logo?
It is very bland. I would make it more web 2.0.
I like the combination of white and blue colors, they attracted my attantion first of all, and it looks more positive then other variants.
I would choose the black background and white font. Simply because it looks more elite and professional. If you were to choose the blue background and white font the name and logo isn't centered. Lower it down a bit. As for the White background and black font - it's a good alternative for my first choice.
The logo's look really good, in my opinion. They are simple yet good looking and also the icon looks good as well. I'd prefer the blue background as it is my favorite color but that also depend upon the site background. Just in case, would you like to share your website with us as well?
Simple. As long as your brand grows, your symbol will be fine.
I'm definitely leaning towards the blue and white logo. I think it would fit better within the theme of a website. Black and white websites are hard to make interesting.
I think that the blue is probably the best.
It's fine, but the two B's in the logo also look like two 8's, and if that's the first thing people see it would be hard for them to remember your name. This is a good, simple logo, though, and looks all right as it is now.
I'd forget the logo - and improve/focus 100% on the logotype or wordmark. Not many brands can achieve the kind of recognition that a logo seeks to exhibit - in that sense.
It depends on the theme of website but if i have to choose then it would be black back group looks professional.
The graphic is nice, I'm not sure about the text
I like the one with the white background. It looks cleaner and more professional. I think it will look better on you letterhead.
i like the first oe,i think it 's nice
It's good, but what is your theme by the way? I am really not sure about it so I cannot judge it according to its implication.