A branding project that the entire team is touching at the moment. Props to @matt yow @Sam Stratton
Stand by for @Charlie Waite and I to start the UI very soon :)
Big thanks to @Sean Farrell for letting me use some of the great DashingDish.com images. Go check out her site - amazing stuff on there.
Created with the Focus Lab team
about 1 year ago
Looking great! This version reminds me of a diner hat.
You totally ripped off @matt yow !! http://dribbble.com/shots/1011423-icon?list=users
@Dustin Tanner pretty sure it is a napkin, though I like your idea of having a special hat you wear to dinner. haha
digging these colors, very warm and inviting, which is important for designing around a food theme.
@Jed Bridges please don't let him know
@matt rossi I saw Hat as well thanks for clarifying it's a napkin!
I saw folded napkin right away
We get it @Bill, you make great looking websites... Point made.
The – A R T – of folded napkin. ^.^
Much better direction. Good work, guys.
Really loving the icons in the background
Love the execution, super slick!
You guys kill every project! Love what you guys are doing! Keep it up :D
I really wonder where this all go ?! :) Like it but the logomark reminds me something... lol
@matt rossi haha, no a diner hat
@Dustin Tanner you've blown my mind http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lx124seuT11r95if3o1_500.gif i stand corrected, unless it is a napkin. haha
Hey Bill. Work looks great!
I was curious about your guys working method when it comes to branding. If you have some branding work for the company, do you design it based on the concept or context of the application, or just as an isolated brand mark and then consideration of how it might work within the app.
Say for example, if this had to get printed?
An insight would be helpful as I go through this process often.
Love the softness in this design. Makes it feel relaxed yet elegant.
Just looks a bit too similar to Campaign Monitor to me guys...
Hits pretty close to home here ;-) http://www.campaignmonitor.com
@Joel Siddall @Chris Bowler we are aware of that and trying our best to work it into a unique look along the same lines / style
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