Just sent out the first few of these bad boys this morning to some clients. I've been meaning to do this for a while, and I'm glad I finally got it knocked out.
I think I have some of the most amazing clients out there, and frankly, they deserve more than a Microsoft Word template or a vanilla web-generated turd.
Oh, and in the real PDFs that are sent out, that "Online" link takes them to the web invoice from Harvest so they can pay immediately if they choose.
Full-size version attached.
over 1 year ago
I rebounded my own shot here, but be sure to check out @Morgan Allan Knutson and @Louie Mantia's shots of their company's invoices here and here, respectively. Thanks for the push to be better, guys. :)
Purdy : )
Fresh stuff, dude!
Raise your rates man...your shit is awesome.
@Ryan Hamrick i love it, but one thing my eye caught is that the break in the "brushstroke" seems to appear on the wrong side of the "s". In keeping with the other shadow-breaks (they all seem to be coming on the right side of the swash/tail). I'm only attempting to be constructive since I'm nowhere close to an authority on typography. It would just seem to be more consistent with what you've tricked us into seeing as light and dark :)
@Jed Bridges @Kyle Chicoine @Simon Ålander @Sean Glass - Thanks, guys! Sean, this is just a demonstration, obviously, but thanks for that. :)
@Jason Carter - Thanks for the feedback and the kind words! So, this was something that was brought up when I first posted this logo. They are indeed supposed to represent "shadows", but there was also a heavy motivation to improve readability. I wanted the swash of the 's' to loop around under itself down there. To do this, the notch had to of course come out of what would be the background.
As for which side, the "lighting" if you will, is actually meant to be more the standard 90 degrees, as opposed to coming from the left as the other two shadows might suggest. The 'B' and 'L' overlaps occur where there is a forward slant in the letter, whereas with 's', the part on top is heading in the other direction. Make sense?
Thanks again for the critique!
you make the sense!
This is soooo awesome! Incredible well done.
Love the texture and Gotham choice, but I think you got my mom's address wrong.
@Ryan Hamrick gorgeous man.
Very nice work, Ryan. The only problem is after seeing this I'm now going to have to redesign my own...
I would very much like to meet this McInvoicerson....
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