Working on a simple logo for a fun website I want to start up. Would love to hear any feedback regarding colours, type - anything
Wow, this is a great concept. Only comments I can imagine at this stage:-
The dial feels top-heavy because of the colouring, gives it an unbalanced feel somehow. I dunno maybe it's just me.
I feel that the word SMOOTHEEES is lacking an emotion: how about making the word slightly more insane as it progresses? Like: smootheEES! with a handwritten, splattered exclamation mark behind it. Hope you get what I mean. I could doodle it for you if you want.
Would it be better if the dial colour was smaller, and maybe the dial should be more centered in the bottom. I originally though about putting something under the dial
I sort of understand, I like the idea of an exclamation point.. not sure if I want to go to handwritten - it would have to be subtle
Let me see what you got!
@chadMueller something like this:-
I kind of envision it as a bunch of kids screaming 'smoothies' while bolting around a corner..
( Top is quicksand, bottom is Pacifico. )
Love the logo -- but I really agree with what @DAVIDWIELAND is saying about the static words it would make it a little more dynamic if it meets the clients requirements.
However I still love the simplicity -- looks more premium.
But overall LOVE IT!
@DAVIDWIELAND thanks - I hear yah now.... I was looking at Pacifico before and ditched it, I also tried Sugar Pie - but was a little too much....
Your suggestion is great - I am going to try that... I have heard additional feedback that the smoothie portion needs some work - I am going to try multi-colours as well as maybe just a full blender colour instead of the colour waves!
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