Further explorations for the branding of Agile Nomad, a company run by traveling Ruby on Rails developer Sebastian Korfmann.
Would be cool to hear your opinions on which ones you like (and which ones you don't like for that matter).
#1 (Globe with Rider)
#3 (Globe with Banner)
#4 (Rider with Banner)
#5 (Logotype - Art Deco)
#6 (Logotype - Compass Needle)
6 months ago
Love #6 Simple and elegant.
#2 or #6 for me. Love #4, of course, but I feel the other two are more powerful and timeless.
2(without camel), 3(without AN), 4
love your style and colors
All are great but Im with @Justin Garand & @Ryan Hamrick ...#6 is timeless and would make for a great mark.
Very hard to choose one from all this :) but i would go with the # 3 with globe and a small plane around it.
#6 looks like it would work well in many situations. I also dig #3 but I wonder how that guy would look without the AN up top. I dig how you snuck the rider into #2!
#3 and #4 have nice contrast with the light/dark blue balance, but feel busy - the name isn't important enough, which in this case, any mark seems like it should be complementary, not the focus. Which pushes me toward #5, despite liking some of the blockier type more. I could also see #5 working on a slanted banner as another treatment.
#3 – without the AN on top. Slightly bigger plane.
#6 – make the needle point to true North (not Northwest). So it will point to AGILE word as well, move that word to the right to align with M.
I'm wondering if you can incorporate his initials too, SK, with that AN (for #3).
I agree with @Yana Makarevich ... Especially like #4... what font is that if you don't mind me asking?
I like #3 - possibly without AN (as others have suggested) and possibly with the banner/text made a bit larger to give give that element greater weight/prominence in the mark
2 and 6 - agree with @Yana Makarevich about the rider on two. And that type treatment of #4 is awesome - would make a perfect headline for an ad or editorial, just not as strong as a logo. As always, great work Emir - thanks for sharing!
Love #4 with the camel...
#1 and #4 definitely, very strong marks, I am inclining to #4, overall very good work.
Ribbons and reflective highlights had me at first sight, #4. Love the palette and presentation as well, great job sir.
#1 is great, maybe a different typeface for that though, Brothers no longer matches the feel.
#4 Works well.
#6 needs work, the compass feel is a little played out, but I feel that you could work on it to get it fresher.
#6 is so bold and recognizable. I wonder what it would look like with a combination of #2 for the O? I also like #1. Great stuff! I really enjoy the colors.
I think typographically #5 is a winner and a great read for the travel aspect. I love the rider icon in #4 and I think it could still work if combined with the bolder typography of #5.
Definitely something to be said for the simplicity and elegance of #6, though.
Great work, Emir
#2 without camel... nice.
Strangely, I'm not feeling the type options. I think the negative shapes on 1, 2, 3, and 4 are working really well. 1- Lacking some of the depth (color) of the others, but the shape is really strong and fun. 2- I would lose the camel and the "Agile Nomad", as the text looks really awkward and competitive with the logo. And Yana is right on 3- lose the AN.
These are so fun- it's been great to see the process!
definitely #4 !
In my opinion #4 is the way to go, it is well balanced and clear.
4 : My favorite and I think your strongest. Glad to see more votes for 4 after the initial votes for 6.
3 : Like it with some tweaks... remove the "AN" on top of the globe, and either make the jet larger or try the camel on top. Try making the banner slightly larger, too. Another option you could try on this would be to replace the top of the glove with the top of your camel from #4 and then keep the bottom of the globe as-is. It works in my head, but might not look right when it's all said and done. Worth a shot though! :)
I think #2 & #3 are great. More so # 3 than 2. The globe with the banner really encompasses who he is and what he does and I think in a logo thats perfect if you can nail that.
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