Wanted to post one alternative that I've been working on for this guy.
The shadows from the last 'unbroken' version were really more of an afterthought, adapted from this breakdown for a solid black and white version.
Yesterday I was pretty sure that I prefered the 'unbroken' version as a primary...but for practical purposes / flexability, today I'm thinking this guy might be stronger choice?
Again, not 100% set on anything just yet (color's still flexible, etc.) but I mainly want to nail down the form factor.
Let me know what you guys think...
over 1 year ago
I like this one much more!
I like the previous version more, it has more of an impact than this one.
The blocks in the film strip and the breaks around them compete too much in this one for me. The unbroken version just seems perfect and fluid.
I like the broken look too, but if you do the broken look, this feels a little dominated by the left side. If the orange film was "in-front" where they join at the top, i wonder how that would look?
anyway, they all look good!
@Alen - Cheers bud! Tend to agree with everyone that said the shadows were unecessary... When you can get away with a single form factor across all media, in my opinion that's usually preferable.
@Diane & @Josh - Thanks a lot for the thoughts guys. That's pretty much how I felt yesterday...but try sitting with it a bit, and get back to me ;)
@Alex - Tried the flip and prefered this one, but again, still tweaking... Decided to go with a straight 50/50 split vs. the alternating colors for this version in an attempt to clarify things a bit given the breaks. The B/W works particularly well like this, so I think it'll come down to color balance.
Agreed, and just to add, films/movies are all about dimension, space, volume and I feel all that more in this version. As you said, it will be interesting to see some other color schemes as well but done like this window of opportunity for those combinations is widely opened.
I vote for this one. Very clean and I still get the depth feel also.
@Alen - Totally agree. Defefitnyl still have to do a bit of color exploration, but I had to get that B/W version nailed down...and of course as a general rule, that's usually where we should be working from to begin with.
@Inka - Thanks for the vote!
Agreed, this one is definitely safer and will be easier to read at any size. Great work on this!
@Alex & @Luke - Right on guys!
Now is much better.
This one would be easier to replicate at small sizes, I imagine. Might lose the shadows w/ the first one.
I'm voting for this one, Michael.
The other one looks better, but please fix the shadows... :)
This is much better. From a production standpoint, the other one would never fly in many applications.
I like the simplicity and clean lines of this, and it reads right away to me. I just think they vintagey brown and orange color palette doesn't quite work. I'd love to see some color alternatives!
I like this one better. good work!
This is definitely my fav!
This one is perfect!
i am with Riley. my vote too.
Huge improvement, this is great.
Lovely design, I like it
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