Posting for critique and feedback. Thanks in advance for your comments.
about 1 year ago
Typically, email and website is better just lowercase. There can be problems typing it in upperlower. Make the different words stand out with color (slight color), bolding, etc. Why not make the rounded color box on both sides the same height? Just curious as to that decision.
nice colors mate :)
@Timothy Whalin Thanks for your comments. I wanted the logo to be accented on each side, so those areas are enlarged. I think the difference will make more sense when it is front and back, instead of side by side. I didn't want both sides to be too similar, either, and I have one draft with a full orange back, but the tagline wasn't working as well that way. I am a big believer in camel (title) case for URLs, sorry. I won't go into detail, but I pretty much follow the best practices here: http://GoodUrlBadUrl.com I have never ever seen a problem with upperlower and I am pretty sure that URLs and email addresses are never case sensitive.
@Luma Vine I agree with you about the url's, no matter if something is upper or lower case, sometimes it's good to underline names, name of the company in url's. Though I'm curious how it will look like with the same size of the colored box on both sides, it could be more balanced when flipping the card. Anyway Luma you know that I'm a fan of this logo and you're going for very nice stationary.
by Luma Vine
An update on this design. Thanks for the comments on the last round! Thoughts on this one?
about 1 year ago
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