Lack of symmetry in the Dropbox logo always bothers me, so I though I'd give it a shot :)
about 1 year ago
I like it better than original :)
This looks a lot better to be honest.
Looks pretty neat. Can we see a non-blurry shot?
Better than original indeed :O
very very sweet, work would like to see this live! :)
Noice! What is the typeface you’ve used there?
Much better than the original. I think it's more a personal taste thing, but I am not keen on the use of gradients in identity. Have you considered using solids?
wouldn't function very well as a box :/ but looks pretty :)
It is indeed really pretty, but it doesn't look like a box, imo.
Amazing work man. I like it so much! Really good job!
Absolutely Brilliant and yes way better than the original.
Probably would look even better without the perspective view
Very nice, I would like to see original pixels :)
@Nick Kutateli Nice work, but I don’t get the “lack of symmetry” comment—the existing Dropbox logo is perfectly symmetrical.
Like this a lot nice work
very nice. Just one thing - I'd mirror it on the x-axis, so that it appears to go "up" visually / psychologically.
I don't like it as much. It doesn't make as much sense to me as the existing one. Maybe someone needs to explain something to me...
Nice work! This is great.
Agree with @Seth Jenks. Although it does look nice, it's not making any sense to me. Is the box moving to the bottom right? If so, why? Is is scooping files ups? Did it tumble over to spill/share files? I don't understand the thought process behind it.
i don't get it either!? This is more asymmetric than the Dropbox original logo... which is symmetric in my mind
pls show me without the blur, and perspective.
ya. definitely am on the same side of the fence as those who do not see any symmetry in this and complete symmetry in the current dropbox logo???
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