Revised the spacing, line thickness and angle of the capital 'A'.
Any other feedback is appreciated, thanks!
10 months ago
My immediate reaction was not knowing what this spelled. Without having looked at your title, I didn't know the 'A' was connecting to a 'w'. I thought it was a lowercase 'L'. Maybe consider moving the A's horizontal connector down for a quicker read on the 'w'?
Thanks @Jeremy Reiss. I attached a file with that revision. Does it come across as more legible?
Yep, that helps! The USA kind of feels tacked on. I wonder how it'd look if you end the bottom "swoosh" by the 'a' and move 'USA' up and give it the same angle.
Perfecto, thanks @Jeremy Reiss. Super helpful feedback, I'll try that as well...
Really nice style and the update is perfect, great suggesiton by @Jeremy Reiss. The only other thing I'd add is that the stroke on top of the second 'a' feels a little thin compared to the main lettering. I do like how the bottom part is slightly curved to fit over the bowl of the 'a' though, really nice touch.
Awesome, thank you @Claire Coullon, I was hoping you would give some feedback!
Appreciate it, I will re-look at the weight of the 'a'.
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