Hey guys, looking for a good ole fashioned critique. See the attachment to compare the two options.
1. Top or bottom?
2. Thoughts on "Creative" vs "Design" or combining them both "Creative + Design"
3. Knockout the line around the "F"?
4. Any other thoughts?
11 months ago
I like "Schafer Design" personally. Keep the line around the f, it defines the letterform so it doesn't get lost in your underline.
Bottom version for sure!
What about just having it Schafer and not using "Design" or "Creative"?
I think the line as it is in the 2nd version is great. Knocking it out won't be a bad idea either. A strong logo regardless..
My only other suggestion is maybe trying it inside of a circle? Could be cool to have that other option.
beautiful man. I like the bottom one but knock out the F. I say drop the 'creative' or 'design' and just rock 'Schafer' by itself.
Bottom for sure! Agreed with the others on knocking the "F" out of the line.
1. top — the mirrored curves on the bottom look to me like they're intentionally framing the "cha", and the straight line is a stronger baseline.
2. "design" — design involves creativity anyway, and it sounds smarter.
3. it's a toss-up.
I like the top one...definitely knockout the f, it looks a little off without that and I like the idea of just going with Schafer by itself...at least for logo purposes, I think that script is strong enough.
I like the top version for the swoosh, the knockout of the line under the "f" and the "creative".
I like the bottom type treatment, it feels a little tighter and more cohesive (the space around the S + c), but I would knock out the F. And Schafer Design rolls off the tongue nicer
I like the bottom one but prefer creative. I'm also with the others that It holds its own without the creative or design.
Great script type. I assume you made it yourself. hats off to you my friend.
10 months ago
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