Working on a new concept for a meal product, would love to hear your feedback on the designs, colour and concept.
What's the product exactly? It might help us give better feedback on the color. Purple doesn't really feel like a foodie color if it's for a meal product, unless it's something exclusive and high-class (considering that purple is a royal color). But the dark purple usually is associated with dark/gloomy feelings as well.
@ryantriddle it's not food, it's a product that helps store food, will be trying different colour schemes
@chadMueller Cool. That makes it a bit easier to understand! :) Might want to add that to the body of the post so folks can understand the goals of the project.
The two on the left feel like they could be for anything, so i'd stick with continuing the feel of the ones on the right. My recommendation would be to move from the computer to sharpie and paper. This will allow you to get dozens of rough ideas out in 30 minuets, then take the best representations of the mark up to hi-fi.
@brandonarnold I did sketch out some ideas, the right concept was something that I sketched out initially
@chadMueller Nice, in that case i'd keep playing with the tabbed idea on the right, without knowing more about the project i'd say it fits the TAB element at least.
It's a bit confusing for me that the left designs use a lower-case "t" in the shapes and then the actual name is all upper-case underneath. It doesn't feel cohesive to me. I personally like the letter forms in the shapes better as they seem to have more personality to me.
I'd definitely go with the ones on the right. Does the line reflect the product design itself? Maybe try tying that in along with colors that may be used in the physical product itself.
Very simple and clean work keep up :)
Try with shades of green. It might invoke a healthier and more positive vision of food.
You could center optically the "MT" initials.
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