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Just my opinion, since this is a subjective question..... Take it all with a grain of salt. The "lines" are pointless. They do absolutely nothing to elevate the mark and, in fact, do more to confuse the mark. In order for the lines to be effective, they need to be thinner than the dots and to that end, they have gotten so thin they are either impossible to ...


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General comments: It's hard to say. May not be an easy-to-remember name. Will people be able to remember the URL easily? I'd suggest coming up with some alternative names if possible. The mark is nondescript and rather generic. I don't think it adds much to the logo. It's perhaps superfluous. The type is overly letter-spaced. Typically, the narrower the ...


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I think it will start working better if you treat the effects / photos a little differently. Until then I'm not sure any menu will work. The main issue is the shadows. Having upward facing shadows is not common in the world and creates a very confusing look. I mean we generally want the top of the stack at the top especially if that's where the menu is. But ...


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While working on UI, I would point you toward some UX principals here. Make the nav bar for your users and not a design problem for yourself to fix. Make it easy to see/read. Check for colorblindness, etc. Check out iOS Human Interface Guidelines They'll help your users even if your product is Android.


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Maybe try inverting your colors. If the Nav bar is dark it could recede in the viewers eye and let the photos take center stage.


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A logo should be simple, clean, and neat. It should be directly representative of your app name. Here's an example:


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If it's web design feedback you're after then things like Behance and DeviantArt are ok but they're more geared towards graphics. I'd suggest going onto the Envato forums, probably the themeforest site as the users on there are all people who are selling websites so they're all looking for feedback themselves. http://themeforest.net/forums


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A few leads: Watch out for the ratio symbol/typography. Right now your symbol is huge so if you had to stick your logo on something small, it would likely be illegible. If you make that line of text bigger, it might become a bit long so putting things on two lines (Blue Tree/Logistics) might be a good thing. The gradient on the leaves seems a bit much to ...


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First, look at what the basic functions an advertisement [poster] such as this needs to perform? What Where When Cost These 4 items need to be clear and easily determined. This ad fails where 2 and 3 are concerned. Overall I like most of the color choices. However, grey on grey for some of the text is impossible to read. As a sponsor, I'd be a tad ...


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I find it all rather confusing. What does luck have to do with a vodka tasting? Also, the glasses with their tiny, irregular bases and liquid apparently flowing down their stems look more like funnels with a puddle of water below them. One can then interpret the olives on cocktail sticks as pipettes: the wrong sort of chemistry.


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For starters, I'm not sure what "Friday the 13th" theme would be. Is it referring to the movie franchise? I think the martini glasses work very well to communicate 'vodka tasting' so that's a strong element. [EDIT: as the comments note, this is probably incorrect. Vodka Martinis aren't the norm when one thinks of a martini. A martini glass would typically ...


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Your design reminds me of the Horrormovie "Friday 13th" - Is that what you're aiming for? If not, i'd suggest a more "luck"-oriented kind of style..maybe something with a one-armed bandit or something like that?


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No, I don't believe the message is very clear. It might however be you are lacking in your message to begin with. Friday the 13th / Test your luck on Friday the 13th Is this supposed to be the movie? Or about the general superstition related to the date? The black text indicates the movie but is only a small indicator. There's nothing at all related ...


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I would say: Clean up the illustration / make variations, the glasses look very mutch 'copy' pasted. The fluids look weird and do not communicate your concept very well. (for example switch up the olive to another side, maybe some of the drinks could spill over, ... ) Typography: Use less font's , think about 'readability' of certain font's ( the 'friday ...


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General tips: Try and avoid black outlines (LTL steel). They're default and give easy contrast, but I find they also radiate amateurism (the default outline left as is), unless you have a very good reason to introduce them. Create a three- to five-colour palette before starting your design, and use only colours from that palette. Only introduce black in ...


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In the 5x5, the dots visually blend together and I see it as a 'patterned square,' not connected dots. The lines further blend the dots together. I much prefer the 3x3. You may also want to try removing some of the dots within the grid. The contrast on the connecting lines is very low. Try spacing the dots out a bit and making the connections the same ...


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Actually it's not bad. There are some things to fix in my opinion. The dots + lines logo it's a bit confusing, especially if you try to use it in a real small version. Keep in mind that thin lines in a big logo will reflect in a "really hard to see lines" in a small one (favicon). You should try to use less dots so to be able to spread them in a bigger ...



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