Lord knows this is way to simple too get any love on dribble, except maybe @Anthony Lane :) But I'm diggin the direction so far.
about 1 year ago
Ha I dig it dude! Hooray for geometric minimalism.
I went with a similar approach for a client back in April... however it wasn't used. http://dribbble.com/shots/500880-MDB
What if...three triangles and the left triangle had a crossbar? I don't know, I'm just throwin' shit out there. That idea might be too tri-forcie. I like this mark, though.
Rock the minimalism!
@Chris Rushing that's rad! I had missed that somehow. Just liked that shizz haha
think its a great concept scott, but the A and M are so differently weighted in the mark - feels kinda odd. may also be hard to read without austin's name being there... AIVI
Scott, one of the best things I love about your work is how your brands are executed on the build-out. I've learned not to immediately dismiss a logo you've created upon first take because often times your vision is 20 steps beyond the first interaction I get with your logo.
That said, when I saw this, I was surprised. The concept is extremely simple and not as soft as some of your other work has been. This identity doesn't exactly scream "Scott Hill Designed This!" like some of your other work has been in the past. Perhaps that was intentional or perhaps this was just a scratch to an itch. Either way, I trust you and your work, and I know that before this brand sees the final stage, everything is going to look stellar.
Keep up the great work, man.
The direction could be good, based on the reasoning behind doing such a simple, geometric look. but for visually pleasing purposes ( agreeing with @ryan weaver) I'd like to see what the A looked like as wide as the M, or vise versa? Its a little too different for me. Excited to see where this goes!
Ooooo, I like this. And I think the weight difference is ok. It may or may not be nice if the vertical height on everything were the same, including the space between them. This is actually helping me with something I am working on:) Miss.
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