I wanted to give feedback and figured I'd just show you rather than write a novel of little details (I hope you don't mind). I think you've got a great base for your brand. That "Praetzel" is really solid, so I'd let it shine! I don't think you need much else as far as containers / shapes go. I included a few guides I used to space things out.
Great work, man.
7 months ago
Dude. Crushed it.
It's funny because I added a lot more to my rebounded version, but I absolutely love this. Thanks SO MUCH my man, I will without a doubt be using a lot of these ideas to rework a similar version. So stoked on this
This is AWESOME!!
@Tim I think your second version has big improvements over the first if you decide to go that direction. The border elements really start working much better together. Although I have to disagree with my good man @Jeremy Teff haha, I prefer the steeper angle of Praetzel. Regardless, I'm looking forward to seeing where it goes from here.
@Adam Trageser I don't see any reason why I can't have a version with the border elements and one without to use where I find fit. Thanks again Adam
@Aldrich Tan @Chris Gregory, All credit goes to Tim – This is his wonderful creation.
I love the angle here man, maybe it was the diamond that was throwing me off. @Adam Trageser
This is great and also amazing to see designers helping each other out like this.
This is pretty clear evidence that sometimes the simpler the better, and good on you. This is what dribbble is about!
Great looking design. Love it.
WOW! This is great! team effort!
Please consider this comment me liking every single thing you've made including this. Real good stuff.
Wow, just finding this now. Great stuff here.
@Adam Trageser Any chance you want to give some of my branding a makeover too? :) Nicely done!
The grid is strong in you !
Yup. Knocked it out of the park.
5 months ago
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