A second version, this time with the 't' slightly adjusted and the cross bar shortened slightly.
9 months ago
Cool, looks perfect until the end of storyl where it gets a bit visually confusing. I think its the identical descending part of the 'f' which looks too similar to the 'y' and the top part is maybe too similar to the 'l' making it harder to read. A simplified 'f' might help a lot!
Thanks for the feedback @Steven Hylands Struggled a bit with this branding, I was under the impression that keeping things consistent like the way the f and y have the same descender was a way of making it appear more polished and professional, but if I've got it wrong I'm not surprised at all! Do you have any suggestions for the style of the f? This is really good advice, I need this so thanks!
Yeah it was definitely worth trying but when I first glanced at it I couldn't work out what the word was and had to read the title :) I'd try and find another 'f' and modify it to match this typeface. May something kinda like the lowercase f on this:
I didn't actually use a font for this, I wanted to make it unique so I hand drew it and vectored it myself, which is probably why there are bits about it that are wrong :p Thanks a lot, I'll try something like that and see how it goes :)
@Steven Hylands Have a look at this one and see what you think: http://dribbble.com/shots/969275-Storylific-brand-white I tried a non-cursive f but it really broke the flow of the brand, so I changed it up a bit in a different way. Dribbble will probably block me soon for spamming...
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Final version, (actual proper final version) with adjusted 'f'. Thanks to Steven Hylands for the advice.
9 months ago
Sorry, I redid it yet again trying the different 'f', you were right, it's much better: http://dribbble.com/shots/969663-Storylific-brand-white
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