Today we launched the portfolio for Blocklevel! We've been terribly busy rocking a lot of projects and deadlines, but finally found some time to give ourselves a nice little home on the web. Check it out!
almost 3 years ago
Nice logo. And clean website to!
beautiful! i love!
Great logo man!
I love this...kind of reminds me of the All Things Digital logo from the Wall Street Journal http://allthingsd.com/
Thanks for all the praise and likes!
Apparently the site was good enough to be nominated for a CSS Design Award. If you feel like voting, please do!
To good to be truth! great work!
like the colorful approach! really nice. but what will happen when printed in black and white?
over 2 years ago
@Sergiu: Well.. To be honest; we didn't put any thought in that when creating the logo. We figured we'd tackle that when we needed to. We're now in business for 6 months and still didn't need it, I guess we'll see how it goes once it's nescessary! ;)
...and ofcourse: thanks for the nice comment!
clean and good work )
This is pretty magical! Cool colors, too!
the most awesome logo! wowsers!
about 2 years ago
Sweet! love the colors!
almost 2 years ago
Simply awesome. I love the clean and modern look of the site as well. Great emphasis on the brand at the top.
@Michiel, referring to @Sergiu's comment about a black and white version, its normally a best practice to design all variations of a logo up front. Four color, Two color, one color and even avatars are very useful. You should even create variations to account for dark and light backgrounds. I submitted a shot here you can see as an example: http://dribbble.com/shots/493592-Nine-Arc-Studios-Logo/attachments/33210
Lets say, for instance, you wanted to get some t-shirts embroidered or a company wants to include you on a piece of marketing collateral that's being printed in a two-color setup; it would save you a lot of last minute work to have this prepared already.
It's always a good idea to be future proofed. ;)
@Daniel Campo, thanks for the comment and the great advice!
And of course you are right. Normally this would indeed be the way to go. I only have cheap excuses.. ;) Nice example as well, showing off a lot of variations in one sheet!
Cool logo! :-) @Michiel Andrea
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And it's going to be awesome. That's a promise.
Seriously, think awesomeness and multiply that with infinity. :(
over 1 year ago
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