I know "E's" have been done to death, but curious if these are turning your crank at all.
This is for a Tech consulting company that works with small business to provide high-end tech solutions for security systems, telecom solutions, to datacom networks.
10 months ago
A or B for me buddy with slight advantage for the B mark! :)
B for Me!
B... but I think I would try an alternate version with rounded corners.
A and B ... !!
yeah option C looks like a C.
I would say B personally, I think the 'E' character is more noticeable that it is in the other two.
A and B are both good, but I vote A; nice job on them all, though!
C looks like a C. Almost like a Cincinnati Reds "C".
Sure "A", "B" looks too retro and "C" is too ecologic.
My vote goes to option A.
Very nice, buddy!
B is my favourite!
Some great feed back. REALLY appreciate it, a ton.
I see where you seeing the "C" in c. but the intent was the negative space having the "E" but with the line going all the way through, it may be too distracting. They also wanted to have that personal touch in a option to look at, so that's why the two hands facing each other. Nice insight though.
@Alex Toth I will give that rounded corners a look see. It would match the type I am looking at closer also. thanks.
And again thanks for the insight. keep it coming.
now go have a beer to cool down. Cheers.
A rocks :)
All of them turn my crank!
Although, I would vote "A" for it screams tech.
Good work man!
A for me Mikey
I like the "B" version. It's more noticeable and unusual, and for me, unusual is more attractive. Congrats for the work!
A mark is my fave, but I only see an immediate E in the B mark. Personally, I would make the "connection" circles on the inside of the A mark smaller and use that one, avoiding the whole E thing all together. It's a really cool mark.
Thanks again all for the feed back. really appreciate it.
A is my favourite, and while they're all well executed, it would of taken me a lot longer to get to "E" if you didn't tell us. They flirt a bit too much with being abstract.
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