Identity designed for Calgary, Canada based web design & development company.
Concept: METHOD means process. And process lead to the idea of depicting steps. So I came up with an M made up of steps. Also there are 3 hues of orange applied to the individual steps.
Thanks to my buddy Charlie who helped me to made the mark more solid.
about 1 year ago
Very nice animation and logo as well!
Great Muhammad as always ;)
@Paulius & @Milovanović - Thank you so much my good folks.
Good work :) like it:)
Wow, love this one mate!
Very nice Ali!
Maybe the initial M it's a bit too wide compared to the rest...
looks great, buddy.
Good work mr. Ali.
Agree, great one, man!
Great job, I love it !
Nice work, Ali :)
Wonderful animation. Very deliberate. The mark is slightly similar to a few that I have seen, probably inspired by Futura Black, but I think it pairs with the text nicely and fits. Great work!
This is great! I look forward to seeing it around Calgary :)
Great work mi Amigo!! You are on fire!!
@Roko @Sam @Gio @Debashis @Jerome @Sean @Colin @Rokas @Amir @Mikhail Thank you all so much for the kind words.
@Dario Calonaci - Cheers bud! I know the mark is wider than the type but its final and approved. ;)
@Luma - Thanks a lot Luma! Well the mark is inspired by bar charts. Full case study is underway.
@Alan - Muchas gracias Amigo!
@Muhammad Ali Effendy I hope I am not upsetting you or anything. All I was going to suggest was making a tweak to the O in the type. The O should slightly dip above the cap line and below the baseline, just a little bit, like most fonts do. Right now it looks like the height of the O hits the cap height and the baseline dead on so it appears slightly smaller than the rest of the letters. Just a thought. Nice work!
@Luis @Eddie & @bas Thank you very much! Appreciate the comments a lot.
@Sean -Nopes, you are not upsetting me at all. Unfortunately, its approved & final and this project has been done last year so you know i can't do anything with it anymore but i really appreciate your feedback though. Thank you very much. :)
Bam! It works great! Well done mate! ;)
@Radu Thanks! Much appreciated.
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