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Am I missing something obvious with the lower case 'a' & 'e' that will make the angled terminals work the way i want? If by "work the way I want" you consider them be consistent, fluent and overall make an impression then your second solution is the one to go for. Why? First of all the first one doesn't exactly make a wow impression. As Milton ...


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Try something here : https://qrohlf.com/trianglify-generator/ If you don't want any triangles, just put Variance & Cell Size at minimum. You got quite some examples to try, and all of them are using radient, maybe it will gave you the idea. Plus, you can download them at the size you want. Maybe if you reduce the size to the IPhone screen & put some ...


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You should explain your logo. Instead of just submitting a logo create a logo guide which explains its colour and the design concept. You can also include mood board to show how you ended up with this. About the logo shape: Try adding some depth to colours by using gradients for each colour so that it gives shaded effect. You can also use shadows of one ...


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Icons are used to overcome language barriers. By inserting a word in an icon you have just removed this function.


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Icons are made to not include text within it for many reasons. First, Icons could be smaller and any text in it could be hard to read Second, Icons are made to relate and connect a certain function with well know visual representation to man mind, without thinking or even reading. Third, what would you do when somebody in other country wants to localize ...


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I can not tell you how to do that with photoshop or other programs (I do not use them), but I think I can explain your your "feeling": If you compare the arrow with text history you see the sharp lines and corners? The other part of the logo is build with round corners. So try a font and an arrow that uses rounded corners too. Update: Comparing both ...


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The centered text isn't the problem. (although it could be argued that putting everything centered is a bit bland) Alignment influences balance It's the speakers' names and credentials. You've aligned the speakers' names, but not the credentials. This makes the first speaker look positioned slightly left of center, and the second speaker slightly right and ...



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