I'm testing a new option for my personal logo.
Current logo: http://dribbble.com/shots/551659-Hugo-Alb-nete/attachments/40869
about 1 year ago
The previous one (link) is very nice but this one definitely is more powerful, has more personality. Love how you integrated the "T".
Hi @Maleika E. A. thanks for your opinion :D
I have a problem to create logo for me, I never get like 100% and I'm always changing is that this is a problem hahaha.
I would like to hear more opinions!!
Hi Hugo, I like the concept, I have a few suggestions: have you tried to move the crown outside the H and put it instead on top and simplify it? See LINK. The current crown becomes unreadable when downsizing as it is already small. You can of course use different crowns, e.g. Husqvarna logo (google it). Personal branding is always a challenge, perhaps make a list of words that represent your strengths and makes you unique (ask those who know you well and see if there are similarities in what they say) This may trigger an idea/ concept that can be reflected in your logo. I would not advice to add too many symbolism in a logo though, keeping it simple is most powerful. These are of course personal views but I hope it helps you in your process :-)
@Marco Wilbrink Hi Marco, I've tried putting the crown above the letter H, however not liked. I'm using forms and trying to use the maximum design crown crest Albönete my family. Loved your opinion and surely will be very good for my process redesign.
that's fine Hugo, thought already that the crown was important to you :-) Allow you yourself time, sometimes an idea just comes on the moment you least expect. Other times its just sketching and sketching and sketching .. If you ever got stuck or want to try think outside the box using a mind map is another tool that can be of help..
This is really nice Hugo
Thanks @Erik Herrström
Cara, ficou muito melhor que o antigo, animal.
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