This is much closer to the look I was wanting to establish. Flywheel is an iPhone app that replaces the coach in Spinning lessons. The concept is obviously combining a stopwatch, representing the fast paced timed sessions, with a bike tire.
Would love to hear your thoughts, tips and rather or not it's snowing where you're out.
over 2 years ago
That's a very good logo, I really like it! Oh, and it's not snowing.
Nice start, but... I think you should kill the red second hand, flip the outside arrow around (Clockwise). They way you have it now it looks like your building a "travel back in time" app.
I think this is working well, overall. The spokes seem out of place, though I can't put my finger on why. Maybe change the arrow's thickness to match the spokes, or vice versa? Nice concept, less roulette wheel-ish than the previous attempt.
Is that Quicksand, or maybe a Miso variant you're using for the font below?
Dan — Great idea. Will definitely incorporate that in the next version.
Ryan — I rather enjoy the contrast the thinner arrow brings to the logo, but I think I see what you're saying. Might be able to bring better balance when I switch the arrow as well. The font is Gotham Rounded.
Luckily I know it's about ready to snow like a motherfucker where you're at, so it's okay you didn't answer :)
Right you are. Sounds like it might come down to having to eat the neighbor's dogs... or the neighbors.
Contrast works, but if you're going that route I'd make the differences more pronounced. Dan had a good point about the outside arrow direction going counter-clockwise. I'd disagree about killing the red second hand since the color is a nice addition - I don't think it detracts from the design at all. Even in B&W it still adds to the message without making it too confusing, in my humble opinion.
This is real nice, man.
In reply to what Dan said, when I saw it at first I thought the arrow should be going in the other direction as well, But when thinking it's a bike tire, the arrow would make sense for which way the tire would be spinning (Idk if you mean that or not) but it looks great either way.
Thanks for the input Steven. Depending on which side of the bike you're standing on, it either spins clockwise or counter clockwise. However, I see Dan's point that the arrow currently looks like it's going back in time rather than forward, which may be an issue.
Still weighing both options before sending out the final version.
Yeah, I realize how stupid that comment was now. The final products looks really nice.
Ha, no worries, I did the exact same thing. Thanks man, appreciate it!
This is hot man!
about 2 years ago
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