7 Responses

  1. Erika Mackley Erika Mackley

    almost 2 years ago

  2. Daniel Duke Daniel Duke

    I like where you're going with this but at the minute I'm reading 'EN'. I'm presuming you're going for first and second name but I could be wrong!

    almost 2 years ago

  3. Erika Mackley Erika Mackley

    I want it to read as "EN" because my website is http://erikanoeldesign.com

    almost 2 years ago

  4. Erika Mackley Erika Mackley

    @Daniel Duke unless you think I should have it as my last name!?!? I feel like since I bought the domain as erika noel that my logo should reflect that.

    almost 2 years ago

  5. Rich Baird Rich Baird

    Hi Erika, I personally like you iconic 'E', it feels modernistic in its geometric and elemental simplicity with an arts and crafts kind of fill that I think represents what you do and your style quite well.

    What you have here is unresolved and a little scruffy, the monogram of course delivers the sense of personal service but doesn't feel distinctive or unique enough.

    Have you worked out what you want to represent before drawing up your ideas?

    almost 2 years ago

  6. Daniel Duke Daniel Duke

    Haha, sorry! I should have looked! It makes more sense now! :) I'm inclined to agree with what @Rich is saying. Your E is a little more original and representative. I think a lot of people are going for monograms these days and it's getting a little tired.

    Maybe start considering what you want to convey about yourself and your style and develop the 'E' mark more.


    almost 2 years ago

  7. chris walsh chris walsh

    you can use a motto, for your site, like: "END is only the beginning..."

    almost 2 years ago

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