did a little tweaking to this one. Still working on it, but thanks for the suggestions. Appreciate it.
12 months ago
Definitely like the "ND" better on this version.
Guy Fieri says, "Yo, that Williston is on point!"
Great adjustments, Mike. Dig!
Wow great typographic work!
I like this one, great typo work!
Dig it. Good call on the "ND" treatment. It makes the "Williston" wordmark stand on its own a bit more. The "W" swash looks better, too, although, for some reason, I feel like the thickness should be on the left side of the swash rather than the bottom. (More like it is on the opposite side where it crosses the T)
This is SO beautiful. If anything needs a tweak, it might be the 's'. The other letters have some dimensionality to them, but the 's' looks a little flat.
Regardless I'm curious if Williston lives up to this hype, as I'm fully expecting coolness and style.
Really dig how this flows!
@Jason Barry Thank you sir.
@Bryan Butler Williston will love that! :)
@Matt Vergotis , @Florian Gampert and @Tomas Vateha thanks for the comments. I appreciate the feedback on the first post.
@Adam Nerland good review. I looked at adding the heavier swash at the top of the "W" but it felt a tad top heavy. Thanks though, I may have to take another look while I tighten things up.
@Josh White I'll revisit visit soon. :)
@Danielle Evans thanks for the insight on the "s". I'll look into it.
@Kevin Fischer appreciate the feedback.
Cheers everyone and thanks for taking a look and critiques.
Getting even better, Mike! Swash on the 'W' looks much better with the weight variation. The size and style change on 'ND' to match 'visit' looks much better, but I think the weight on 'visit' is a little light now. Maybe somewhere between this and the previous version. The script is still right on point. Love it.
@Cory Angen thanks for the insight. Nice to hear from a former ND guy.
11 months ago
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