My previous logo didn't seem to work well in various situations... so this is a new one I'm playing with.
about 3 years ago
Nice - I'd almost like to see the "designer and front end developer" line flipped to read the same way as your name. Sort of like a postmark. Just a thought.
Hey Matt - this is really nice. It feels a little bottom heavy - what about if you used another dot between 'designer' and 'front end developer', instead of the ampersand? Maybe to include a little more whitespace in the lower half? Just a thought!
Nice work Matt. I'd agree with Jonathan about flipping the 'designer & front developer' line.
Nice texture and feel!
Thanks for the comments guys.
I have flipped the lower text out to read the same as my name.. looks much better, thanks.
I see what you mean.. unfortunately, the single dot isn't enough to break it up.
I have changed the bottom text to be a bit more specific about what I do: "DESIGN • HTML • CSS • JS • IA • UX".
It looks a little more balanced now.
One suggestion I received via twitter was to change the "m" to a slab serif - what are everyone else's thoughts?
I personally quite liked the "m" I chose, but if it doesn't fit with everyone else, then it needs changing.
Matt, you're the man in control. Change it to a slab and see how it looks!
Personally, I prefer the casual script of the 'm' now.
by Matt Kersley
This is the next iteration of my new logo design based on comments from dribbble and twitter.
likes and comments welcome as always :)
about 3 years ago
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