Cinch provides clarity in software by developing simple usable software solutions. They are passionate about their craft and they experiment by taking risks. Cinch will thrive to spread this message by making products they are passionate about.
I can honestly say, working with Olu (owner of Cinch) was an absolute pleasure. One of the nicest guys out there. He is currently open for business, so if anyone is interested in hiring a developer, let me know and I'll put you two in touch.
Thanks for looking (@2x)!
7 months ago
Beautiful. Really nice lock up.
@Jarred Katz Thanks for stopping by dude!
Nice, Kevin. really nice.
Looks like the Powell Peralta logo
@Mike Bruner Thanks, dude. Really appreciate it!
@Johnny Griswold Thanks for bringing that to my attention. I hadn't seen that one before. I think being in completely different markets, the positioning of the marks and the letter they stand for separates the two enough to co-exist.
Well done sir. *slow clap
@Kevin Burr @Johnny Griswold I immediately thought the same thing, Jonny, but Kevin, you make a really good point. Totally different applications, markets, concepts. I think you're fine. Plus, Powell Peralta... is that even a brand anymore? I haven't skated since the '80s, so I'm totally out of touch.
Fantastic type. Goes very well with the symbol.
@Jon Stapp | atomicvibe| atomicvibe Yep, Powell Peralta is still around. I, too, was an 80s skater!
@Marcio Gutheil Thanks man!
@Mark Jooste What, no standing ovation? Haha, thanks man!
@Robert Bree Thanks, Robert!
@Jon Stapp | atomicvibe| atomicvibe|@Jon Stapp | atomicvibe Thanks for chiming in dude. I skated for about 10 years (in the 90s), so I'm not as familiar with these older skate brands. Glad you agree these logos can coexist.
@Roko Kerovec Thanks, Roko. I'm glad you noticed that!
I've attached where this mark started. But ultimately, we wanted to simplify the mark to reflect the simple solutions Cinch offers.
@Johnny Griswold Nice! I rocked the Vision Gator back then. Do you remember "The Search for Animal Chin"? Loved those skate flicks.
very cool typography, love the whole thing. nice work!
@Alexander Wende Thanks a bunch dude!
Awesome, love that type!
@Sean Heisler Thanks dude!
This is nice Kevin.
5 months ago
Hey @Rudy Hurtado Global Branding! Thanks so much, man!
4 months ago
@Dawid Młynarz Really appreciate it. Thanks!
digging the typo.
Glad you like it @Patryk Sobczak. Thanks!
I love how the angles of the letters follow with the form if the logo mark!
3 months ago
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter