Logo for HighYa. It allows you to make informed decisions about the latest software, apps, gadgets, technology & nearly everything else the internet has to offer. You can even get involved at www.highya.com
10 months ago
Looks rad! But I'm not sure if I'm the only one getting a paper towel tube feel from the diagonal lines?
Thank you for another stellar logo. Pleasure working with you.
@Matthew Smith I think you are :> It's simply too long and thin for it to be an empty roll.
for me as a karateka it's amazing !!!!
Excellent logo Alen but I think the hand looks a bit too stretched from under the thumb to the root of the fingers.
@Muhammad Ali Effendy thanks mate!
@Matthew Smith I know what you mean and it does look that way a bit. We decided to go with the straight diagonal lines instead of curvy and more natural ones. Can't remember what was the reason but that was a decision :)
@Dmitry Ozik that's because you're a cool client man! I always treat my clients the same way they treat me and you and Vlad are really nice guys. All the best with the site!
@RaitG I have a feeling that you just copy/paste your comment every time ;) ;) ;)
@Suzie Creamcheese read above :) And thanks, of course!
@TAS wow, nice! Which belt do you have? Black one or?
@Rofikul Islam Shahin thanks mate! It's Steven Seagal's hand bud, please do not offend him or it's gonna get nasty ;)
B L A C K .... ;D
@TAS that's really awesome man! Proud of you! You should put it in the signature of your e-mails to your clients like "PS don't mess with me or I'll chop up your ass" ;)
;D ... I'll do it ... !
Such a cool name. I like opposite cuts on 'h'.
@Jovan Petrić hehee, thanks buddy! A little hint of "Asian culture" in it :)
by Alen Type08 Pavlovic
About 4 months after I designed this logo for a client I was commissioned again to do a slight redesign since client decided to redesign the whole website. And here's the result, check it out live at: www.highya.com
5 months ago
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