Final logo


7 Responses

  1. Robbie Manson Robbie Manson

    I've reduced the number of chart bars from four to three to increase clarity at small sizes, and chosen the lovely Effra Standard Bold as a neutral, no-nonsense typeface.

    about 4 years ago

  2. Cole Henley Cole Henley

    No nonsense indeed - firm but friendly choice sir!

    about 4 years ago

  3. Meredith Marsh Meredith Marsh

    very nice. love the bars and the type.

    about 4 years ago

  4. Andy Birchwood Andy Birchwood

    could you try a lighter weight? I think the width of the downstrokes should match the padding on the inside of the balloon.

    about 4 years ago

  5. Robbie Manson Robbie Manson

    @Andy — When I first mocked it up, the width of the padding inside the marque was equal to the stroke width of the H, but the type just fielt too close; it needed a little more room to breathe. However, I might go back and increase the padding to match that of the stroke width and the separating space between the type and marque. Cheers.

    about 4 years ago

  6. Marty Alchin Marty Alchin

    To be honest, when I look at that icon, it looks a bit like it's a middle finger. Perhaps move the highest bar to the right? I'd say you could have them all rising as they go to the right, but that might look a bit too much like a cell phone signal.

    about 4 years ago

  7. Robbie Manson Robbie Manson

    @Marty — Hah! I did think that for a split second, as the reduction of four bars to three happened pretty late on in the design development. I'll give your suggestion a quick shot to check the phone signal likeness...

    about 4 years ago

keyboard shortcuts: previous shot next shot L or F like