I've developed a logo for a web and app-based music service. I'm pretty happy with the shape of the icon, it's very close to what I envisaged before making it.
However, I can't seem to find a comfortable placement for it next to the name and slogan. I'm hoping you guys can show me a way to place it, with a good reason for aligning like that.
I can't make the name public, so I've given you three out of the 9 letters, and one of the two slogan words. I hope it's enough for you to see the shape I'm working with.
The slogan can go anywhere and can be increased/decreased in size slightly, I don't mind at all. I've mostly finished the graphical elements, I'm just trying to make them coexist together comfortably.
I don't want to set specific rules about any of the elements, because I'm hoping you guys can look at it and go "that goes there, that there, shrink that a bit.. et voila!".
As a bonus question, is the sharp tail thingy on the 'e' comfortable, or might it draw attention unnecessarily, considering that none of the other letter have a curve that meets at a point (except one other e)?
I'm including a large enough image that if you want to help you can easily cut, move, resize and paste the elements with almost any graphic software.
I'll be happy to add a rep bonus to any and all extra helpful answers. Thank you in advance.
I have taken some of the advice on board, fixed the E, and I'm trying a close up of the symbol version.
I was tired when I posted this and forgot to explain that I'm trying to arrange the logo in a square context, for the app icon, facebook, twitter etc. I have a horizontal logo that I'm pretty happy with. Here's an update of what I'm thinking with this at the moment, the colours are temporary, and likely to be beyond my control, that's why I'm working with grey at the moment.