Need feedback. The first was the original letter. The second and third came as a result of those tiny areas is #1 being problematic. The issue we potentially see with #2 and #3 is whether they suffer from readability issues.
about 2 years ago
3 is the easiest to read and aesthetically my favourite.
I like both, but I think it depends on the rest of the alphabet. Based on the 'm', I'd say 3, but it'd be nicer to compare to an e or c...
Worthy to note: it's at the end of a 6-letter logotype. No alphabet. Here are the last three letters together: http://d.pr/TwDj
Agree with Matt. Based on the 'm', 3 is the clear winner. :)
I think 3 is very nice and completely legible. Works great with the other letters, too.
I don't think there is a legibility issue with any of them. Based on the other two letters, it seems like 2 or 3 would work best, style-wise.
Yeah I think 3 in that case. Maybe a touch more space between the stem and the bowl to make it read less like an 'o'? I think it's ok currently.
#2! Subtle sexiness!
I don't feel that it deviates from the 'm' by curling up like that. The 'm' doesn't curl like that naturally, but the 'a' just might.
I keep seeing a C first, because of the light blue. Perhaps you could put two blue stripes in there like the U has?
Thanks everyone. Colors aren't totally set. Looks like we'll go with option 3. Option 1's complexity/awkwardness was too much.
But, given the one color version ( http://d.pr/4qUB ), isn't that "a" weird?
No. Looks really nice. #3 it is, pack it up, have a beer, your day is done. See you on Monday.
2. It's got the personality.
I vote for #3 as well. I think it looks fine in black silhouette too.
it's close between 2 and 3, but 2 definitely has more personality. i think the curve is more pleasing with only one direction change.
I agree with Justin. Two has more personality and is still highly legible. Great work!
Oh, and it's gotta be 2.
nice, used similar shape for a recent project:)
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