This is a rebound of the Sociality logo that I created a while ago. I'm giving myself another option and would appreciate any comments on either of them? Which is the preferred logo in your opinion?
about 1 year ago
lose the texture on the background (and the reflection..although i assume that's just for the presentation of this shot) - don't think it adds anything. And I'd work on the section where the black of 'social' meets the grey of 'ity'
better than the original :)
Additional to what I said on twitter, I think the last two colours, the red and the magenta blend together too much compared to how the other colours contrast each other. those are the only two that merge together a little. Could potentially work with a repeat of the brown on the other end to unify it?
@Benjamin Brown Thanks for the comment mate! The reflection is definitely only used for presentation of this shot so it won't be repeated anywhere else. I'm working on the colour of the text at the moment after a suggestion by @Nik Gill so it's in progress! Appreciate the feedback dude as always!
@Nik Gill Thanks Nik! The colours are based on social sites and are as follows: Instagram, YouTube, Skype, Facebook, Twitter, Dribbble and Google+. I would like to stick to these colours but perhaps I could move them around so as they don't blend to much into each other? Appreciate the feedback dude!
Perhaps move instagram to between dribbble and google+ ?
@Nik Gill Sounds like the perfect solution!
Might not work but have you tried a thin stroke on the right hand edge of each of the background stripes, maybe at 50% white.
Great work mate, superb selection of typeface.
@Christian Betts Thanks mate! I tried a small 1px wide white stroke on the right edge of each of the background strips but it just didn't feel right to me? Now I didn't reduce it to 50% so will give that a go and see what it looks like! Thanks for the feedback dude! Always appreciated!
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