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Which logo do you prefer? Testing font weights for the second logo.

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  • 8
    I don't understand the white line to sort of erase parts of the word making it less readable. Maybe I'm just too old.
  • 5
    Definitely thin, the thicker ones remind me of creative labs. Also agree with other comment on the line through the word needing to go.
  • 1
    @SortOfTested Ah see what you mean. Prefer thin myself as well I'll have a play around later on today.
  • 0
    I actually kinda like the first one if the sizes were a little more proportional in size
  • 3
    Thinner white line, and shouldnt wreck the middle part of E.

    Last one is best among those, i think, but needs improvement.
  • 0
    Too thick and too thin don't mix, either both thin (not too much) or both thick (as much as you like).
  • 1
  • 1
    @tits-r-us Why. Stop pakiing around so much lol
  • 1
    I don't mind the stripe through Creative but it does make it tricky to read. To me the C look too much like an O, try either a thinner line or expanding the opening on the C.
  • 1
    @tits-r-us it is c R E a t I V e
  • 0
    #2 or #3. First one looks like two random fonts IMO. Last one is fine, but the heavy/light contrast doesn't stand out as well.
  • 2
    @aviophile It's clearly oreative
  • 3
    Holy teabags that's orcativc
  • 0
    none
    you are bad at design
    and you should feel bad
  • 0
    I prefer the fourth logo.
  • 0
    Middle one 👍👍👍👍
  • 2
    @bvs23bkv33 Telling someone they are bad at design without providing any sort of arguments while probably not being an authority on design.

    This is like a random Joe at a conference of medical doctors claiming science is a crock.

    Contrary to popular belief, only those with authority and valid arguments have the right to an opinion.
  • 0
    @CaptainRant @bvs23bkv33 Yeah not much of a design person more dev, so just giving it a go :)
  • 0
    @CaptainRant this design was not presented to ones with authority or ones with adequate skills and competences, just to 3.5 random anonymouses
  • 0
    @bvs23bkv33 Which emphasizes the point.
  • 0
    BAGLEY CRCATIVC
  • 0
    #2 though i think the horizantal slash of A should also have been part of the blank line....
  • 1
    OK had a play around with the thin logo, removed the gaps but found something neater I think.
  • 1
    So whats a bagley?
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