Here we goooo again. I've attached a few options, and I've prettied up this one because I didn't want my page to be a sea of the same image.
about 1 year ago
I vote for #3
I like the last one. The "L" is unique, and in #5 it matches the curves better than in #4.
#4 would be best, because the "L" matches best with the "B", gives the entire script more flow
I vote for #3 also. Keeps the whole curvy cive going on, and also the capital L looks better :)
I like 4.
I like 4 too
This may not help, but 3 and 5 suit my eye. But I feel that the 'r' still needs work. Maybe by making it wider it will balance the mark as whole.
I like 1 and 4. :)
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Thanks, you lovely lot! Judging from this feedback I'm guessing it's down to personal preference at this point. My heart lies with no.5, but it bothers me how much feedback I've had on that one saying the 'L' looks like a 'C' .... so my second choice is No.3 and there we go.
@Joel Siddall I've tweaked the 'R' a tiny bit making it wider, good point! :)
It's now on my portfolio, over here.
I like 3 :)
I feel so important! :)
Easily #1 for me! It has the best balance and flow. And while the lowercase 'L' looks awesome, it is confusing with a capital 'B'.
Number 3 is my favorite. It has a good balance between "L" and two "ee"
#3. I also love that subtle gradient background.
These are looking better, but I feel like most of the letters are on different angles from one another... I'm going to mark up an image and send you an email to show you what I mean...
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