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I like Pooka Studio better. It provides context, signifying that this is a creative studio. It’s descriptive. Are you referring to Celtic Mythology? If so, consider the alternate spelling “Púca” because it lends an air of sophistication. To me at least, “Pooka” looks a little child-like. Nothing wrong with that at all. But “Púca” seems the opposite: ...


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Poo sounds kind of like, you know, poo.


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I would need to know a bit more about its usage and functionality to make a better answer, but with the information I have... You could keep it simple by putting the arrows on the circles and using just one line. Something like this:


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All these are great answers, but if you want some reference material, a shining example of what a good, modern POS system looks like, check out the Square app on iPad. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/square-register-point-sale/id335393788?mt=8 The biggest thing I think you could do to improve the existing one (and why it looks so dated) is that modern UI ...


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Because it looks nothing like the way "tiles" are designed for Mobile devices, Android, or Windows OS specifically comes to mind, it also is entirely unApple like - which causes a conflict because they command so much of what is visually in vogue. Pretty much everything about it is "wrong" so I'll skip specifics.


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I was instantly drawn to the second one, because the lines are very clean. It's good work, and I only have a couple of comments about it: As much as I like n. 2 (and I do a lot!), it feels a little stiff, and I think it's because of the central object and its interaction with the bottom one. My first thought about the logo was that it was for an artichoke ...


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The first logo just doesn't read as well as the second option. You can easily see the hops, peas, and farm without having to look for it. The only problem I am having with the second option is the stroke of the artwork creates a tension with the name looped over the top. Maybe lessen the stroke of the artwork or adding more space between the name and art ...



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