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11:40 AM
Hi. Is this the right place to ask for some critique on a logo I have made?
I posted this question yesterday,graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/146806/…, and I have made some drastic changes. I was wondering if it is better to ask here, or post a new question :thinking:
I try my luck asking here first :P
1. Is it readable?
2. Is it better to have the exact same spacing between the letters, or should I adjust the kerning?
3. Is it better to have some contrast between the start/end brackets (in blue) and the rest of the text? I thought about not rounding the corners on the brackets, but I am not sure if that's better or not.
I also wonder if the blue color should have better contrast against the white background? According to Google's contrast checker, the current blue doesn't have good enough contrast
I also wonder if the rounded corners on the C should be the same as the rest of the other letters. Currently, both the R and the C has "rounder" corners than the other letters.
 
 
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11:01 PM
@John Heya John! I like your symbol. Some interesting stuff happening in there
Is there a reason why the T is so much wider in your wordmark?
1. I think it could be a bit more readable if the Es weren't so narrow and the T a bit less wide
2. Always adjust kerning, especially in a wordmark
(unless you'd have some strong conceptual reason NOT to and I can't think of any example...)
3. That depends if you're looking to make them stick out or not so much. If you don't round their corners, they will contrast more and stand out more
@John I think a tad darker might help but that might change the overall mood, it depends what you are designing for
@John If your E had the same roundness, I think that would hinder readability also
What is the logo for?
 
11:41 PM
Thanks for the feedback, appreciate it. There is no reason why the T is wide. Lessen the width is probably better ^^
The company creates software, tools, and plugins. The company is also doing programming consulting. The theme was to use [], representing an array in programming, and then use those encapsulations to create a wordmark that combines me and my brother's name + tech.
@curious Does this mean it's better to reduce the roundness of the C (to match the Es)? Or does it mean that it is good to have different roundness on the Es and the C to improve readability?
 

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