Designing something for myself is tough. I've been using this logo over year now and I'm thinking about designing something new.
But before I start designing, what do you guys think of this one? Should I stick with it? Redesign it? All feedback is welcome.
over 2 years ago
You can create something more unique, methinks :-)
I agree, although I like this one a lot.
It' a wonderful execution, but A) not that original and B) not that representative of yourself
Really love this logo so maybe take the 'M' and develop it so it can stand on its own. Could think about the negative space?
Maybe the HTML5 logo is too fresh in my mind, but I can't help but think of it looking at this. Just my two cents.
I like it a lot. It shows restraint. People will know that you're fancy by your work. Your work is fancy.
Must say that I actually do like it the way it is too. Judging by the body of the work displayed here on dribbble I'd say that maybe it's a bit too clean or icon-like to represent what you do.
But then again, your work has a lot of variety, so maybe instead of trying to find middle-ground style-wise; you could turn this piece as it is now in a stamp style that you could use in various ways? So the circle with the M in it, where for example the background in the circle could vary, or the M would be cutout so you can overlay it; depening on the context you'd use it in?
Thank you all for commenting!
@Santiago @Tim @Max Thanks! I think the generic look and feel of this logo has its charm. Somehow people seem to remember it. But on the other hand, having something unique will make you stand out from the rest... mhhhhh
@Nick I tried it. The final result looked kinda dull and was missing a certain feel.
@Rick Thanks! :-)
@Bart-Jan The stamp idea is awesome. Definitely trying that soon! I started carving one but I failed due to using crappy tools and bad wood. To be continued...
Love the simplicity of this!
8 months ago
This gradient on the bckg, is great!
about 1 month ago
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