Very cool. I think the bottom block should have just a little bit of angle though.
11 months ago
I just got one of those... (Why didn't I think of that) moments. :) nice and simple. Great!
@Mike Healy Thanks for the suggestion! Do you think the bottom bar needs an angle from one side all the way over?
Reminds me of this one by KMS:
@JM Windolf Well, my bad. I'll try to change it up.
I was thinking of the shaded side on the bottom bar to be about 1/3 the width of the shaded side on the one above.
@Mike Healy I see what you're saying. Thanks for the input.
by Robert Lane
Better? Worse? Your thoughts?
11 months ago
Personally I prefer V1. The new gaps between the front & side of the blocks in V2 create quite a strong negative space, which makes the blocks a lot more dominant in the logo. That may be desirable, but I quite liked the subtlety of the depth in V1. It's like a basic 2D logo that sneaks forward in the z-axis without jumping out.
That negative space also means the bottom block looks even more different to the other three as it lacks both a shaded side and the negative space join. IMO that gives the mark a bit of a "top heavy" feel as the bottom blocks looks "lighter". It's effectively thinner too without the perspective effect the twist gives.
But you may want a stronger icon, in which case I'd recommend giving the bottom block equal visual weight to the top three.
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