Currently we are working on explorations between these two placements of the mark and figure out which works best.
Created with the Focus Lab team
3 months ago
This is so great, this little "victory pose guy" adds so much to this.
Looks great. Love the colors. I personally don't read the one with the symbol a "Y" if that's an issue -- I read it immediately as "Finder", where as in the first one, I immediately read it as "Fynder" -- not sure how important the "y" is to the overall brand.
The first one works better IMO. Looks great
Looks great. In the attachment, it seems like the supporting text is very hard to read (even on a MacBook Pro). Maybe larger text and closer to white?
From a communication and design perspective, I believe that having that mark separated out provides easier readability and understanding. Since the mark's Y isn't clearly defined as a y (more abstract that the straight edge'd nature of a Y), the company name is read Finder instead. Like the direction though!
I love all the icons and the attention to detail you guys put in to your brand guides. Great work @Rocky Roark !
I'm guessing this was intentional, but i love that the y/pin also looks like a divining rod.
Another fancy project. First one for me …
I agree with @Jared Granger, from a readability and understanding perspective, the separated one is better. I could read it as FINDER and FYNDER, which could be a problem in communication indeed.
But I'm sorry, I can't help but loving the integrated mark so much more. It just appeals to me!
Looking great, symbol + text works way better IMHO.
Im sorry, all I can see is the eye of Sauron.
I'm in the mark-then-word camp, the Y/I is too ambiguous for me. But I do really love the teal it's on.
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