Tweaking the typography, and I think I've settled on FF Milo via Typekit for the main font.
over 3 years ago
Great choice on the color palette. :D
Thanks, Addison. Going back to basics :)
upgrade! Very nice.
love the milo..
So you've decided to go for the rebranding? I remember you saying you were just playing around and then started to get interesting! :-)
Very nice. Will there be different icons in the new logo for each page? Or is the home icon the hover state, with the "SB" as the static?
@Philip: Likely :) Might take a while though.
@Jory: Yep, this is just the logo's hover state.
@Dan: Doh, just looked at the actual title of the shot. Kinda self-explanatory :)
Like it! ;) Nice "home" logo!
FF Milo via Typekit? Where exactly - may I ask?
@Matt: You have to purchase the Web Pro version at FontFont, then there's an option to automatically add it to your kit. In other words, it's not (unfortunately) a free font in the Typekit library.
@Dan: Blimey! Only updated to the Portfolio plan a few days ago and now look what you've gone and done ;)
Not sure if I'm late to the game, but really digging (dibbbing?) the new cube house!
Love it! The new lightened color palette and the smart new branding are looking sharp. Also, +100 for a Gridulator shout out! (Though about that last name…)
I think this is screaming for a textureless/plain background
Looks great. I've always liked the flip-up corner hover state that you currently use, but this is a nice progression.
That looks like my PPF logo rollover :)
@David: Gah! Apologies.
Digging that color a lot!
@Dan: Seriously no worries at all, sir! Honored by the link. Hope it's proving useful!
Love it - Well done!
Lovely! I like this palette a lot. And that hover is genius.
But.. I miss the old simplebits logo to be honest. I always loved that it hinted at pixels and code without smacking you over the head with it. I saw the new logo and it's still really nice but feels less descriptive to me of what you do somehow.
I haven't gotten around to checking out the new typekit fontfont stuff, good to know! I guess the only way to find out what all the web fonts are is to search their products for the word web?
This is great, love the palette.
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