A variation for the landing page.
over 2 years ago
I really don't think you need the vertical divider.
Like so? I don't know... it sort of starts to look like a pile of 3 unrelated elements. No?
I know what you're saying, and I'm torn between both. I tend to feel these vert. dividers add something extraneous and non-essential and that there's almost always a workaround to avoid using them. Since you're on the simplification kick, have you thought about bringing the mark into the 'v' and going with a simplistic logotype?
Just a thought. Or does that kill the name?
Good thinking, but that's where the mark came from :)
(edit) Also, regarding the divider -- I feel it adds a bit of that... erm... an artsy-fartsy designer touch if you will, something that an average Windows user could associate with a "designer product", a plus in the context of this particular app. Besides I just like the divider myself, so that's too a factor :)
How about a lighter divider?
I think it actually works, Kerem. Thanks a bunch.
Cheers, I really like this logo.
by Alex Pankratov
Logo with a tag line as used on a holding page for a product website.
Background texture is up for grabs. It is a combination of Gaussian noise and a crosshatch pattern followed by some histogram manipulation.
over 2 years ago
Merry Christmas (from Bvckup - your reliable source of the upside-down views on software design and naming, since '09 ... or something like that :-)
A better version- ¡sɐɯʇsıɹɥɔ ʎɹɹǝɯ.
almost 2 years ago
- Take 2 -
See the uncropped version for details and the original logo if you are having a WTF moment :)
Merry Christmas, everyone!
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