Proposed icon for this app, which, yes, is still alive and in development (nearly a year later).
R², known in the world of statistics as the coefficient of determination, is basically an indication of future outcomes. That's roughly what the app will (hopefully) aim to do — indicate, and help revise, the future outcome of something being designed.
(It's been years since taking a stats class in college, which I thoroughly enjoyed. Thanks to Wikipedia for helping jog my memory. Please jog it even further if I've misunderstood the basic gist of R².)
almost 3 years ago
I will click "like" when I get a solid launch date.
Ha, that could be another 11 months from now!
Sounds like a really interesting concept! What's the typeface you've used on there, or is that custom?
Type works nicely in the context of the full word. But i'm not quite as sold on it when its extracted out as just the R²; feels slightly too tall & slim to stand alone, makes the space in the square icon feel a tad awkward as a result, too.
Just my gut reaction, can't wait to see more on this though Cameron.
Good feedback, David. (Typeface is TV Nord Condensed.)
Agree with David on the position of the type. Maybe off center it a bit? I do like the typeface a lot. Facebook does this with their app with the thin f they have. They offset it to the right a bit. Wood texture is premium. Great work as always. Masterpieces take time. Take yours. ;)
Stunning work as always, Cameron. :)
I agree with David that something in the space is a bit off. It may be a half pixel thing, but another thing that's catching my eye is the dark knot of wood on the right side. It is creating a strong relationship with the frame and might be pulling things off balance.
I think the space and the letterforms' relationship to the space will change dramatically if that knot is changed/moved/removed.
Can't wait for it to come out, great logo!
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