This design is based on a project by an old uni friend and sick designer called Rishi. I wanted a quick late night challenge and trying to create flow and readability seemed like a suitable task.
I've been waiting for ages for new dribbble invites so I could hook Rishi up with one so if you have an invite spare please be sure to check out his work here
over 1 year ago
Awesome, Love it.
smooth - love the flow.
Absolutely love it!
I really like this, but i am having a hard time seeing the "F." Very nice flow.
@kirk visola I know exactly what you mean, after trying to stop the l looking like a t that was my biggest issue with this. it probably needs more of an angle on it or something. If this was more than just quick practise I'd try more options. Cheers for the feedback
Nice work Chris. Great flow.
Fat one. Dope Chris.
I read "Tell".
But outstanding work nevertheless!
Slick, i love it.
Love the lettering style – the heavy weight and quite straight diagonal stems are really eye catching. Really nice touch with the swash/crossbar and the gap to emphasise the 't' too.
Cheers @Claire Coullon glad to hear you like it. The main reason for the gap before the t was to show there was an L there. I struggled to think of a way to do it during sketching but worked it out in the vectoring stage. Any suggestions for making the f more readable? As @Adis mentioned it can easily look like a T as well as looking a bit like a J.
Yeah the gap really works for that, the 'l-t' pair reads nicely. You could even separate them a little more to allow the left side of the 't' crossbar to be a little longer.
For the 'F', what if you extended the top curve? (So that it curves upwards to the right). That would really emphasise it, as it could then be either a lowercase or uppercase one (and avoid any 'T'/'J' confusion).
Adis I think you're the only one
Great stuff !
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