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Just my opinion..... Does my website have a professional, high-end feel? Why are why not? No. Using 3 separate typefaces - sans serif, serif, and script confuses the message. This is compounded when you change fonts mid-sentence like you've done with the script in the page content. "Creative designer of upscale and high-end" is an incomplete sentence. ...


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I find that the call to action blends into the rest of the design. Using a different color (green would work well) would make it stand out more. Another option is to give it more spacing. The design is ok, but I would stick to 2 fonts - the cursive font is hard to read, so might recommend dropping that. Also the design is a bit cramped in areas. I would ...


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I think that the diagram conveys a solemn style, which most probably fits the the content of your book and would be destroyed by many conceivable “modernisations”. As a normal textbook illustration, it is almost perfect, and you should keep the aspect that make it such on the cover. The most important quality of a math textbook is the intelligibility of the ...


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I like it, fwiw! Comments: 1) Is the first square logo too "busy"? How can it be improved? Not too busy for my tastes, but the mismatch between the lower-right "cut-out" and the red band over the T crossbar catches my eye. I find myself wanting some symmetry here: (1) shows the "problem" with the blue boxes; (2) is the current "standalone" logo. In ...


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I think the square in the first use is a little busy -- I'd at least try how it looks without the cutout in the bottom right, or without the small square on the bottom right, or with neither, even if just to be sure that you prefer what you already have. (For consistency, you'll have to change them all, of course.) About the type, I think that bears more ...


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I'm not personally a fan of the "R". It really just looks like a bastardized P to me. But I realize that is probably simply the font you've chosen. Actually reworking the R would go a long way in my eyes. As for the first square: I don't think it's too busy. But I would adjust kerning for the "Plast" section if possible. The P & L, and S & T create ...


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I like the design and branding a lot. 1) Is the first square logo too "busy"? How can it be improved? I don't think it's too busy. 2) Does the wide logo read "RONOPLAST" and the first T is ignored? How can this be improved with hopefully retaining the red/white combination? I didn't even notice this until you asked but yes to some degree it is ...



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