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I'm really liking #8; subtle, sexy and feminine. I wouldn't change a thing. #3 is a close contender. I don't think any of them are 'worst', or bad as such; I'm not a fan of the typefaces in #4, as they don't connote that subtlety that I might be searching for in a lingerie provider. I'm also not a fan of the logos with the girls in them - to me, this ...


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#3, #4, #5 and #8 work as logos. Others don't because they're just clipart-like image against type that we're very used with non-pro brands or self-branded local businesses. A bit more detail #3 and #8 are actually a different version of the same logo. I like the brand symbol that's applicable on its own (clothing stitched labels) and serves as brand ...


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Those I liked: "Virgin-Lingerie.png" I like the concept, using two colours will fit with the rest of the Website Design and it's clear. But I can also be misunderstood as I know people with their dirty mind (irony). "Untitled copy.png" That's a great one especially for the simplistic concept that gives a "premium" effect to the brand, they can even use it ...


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Your question is too wide, however I want to give you some feedback about color coding. The main color coding I see in your screenshot is red and green. You should know that about 8% of men in some europenian countries are color blind in terms of red - green differentiation, plus IMHO most of the users of your app will be men (women too, but I believe ...


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There is a certain point in a long design process where it's easy to fall into the trap of overthinking what you're doing. Different parts of the design seem like they could be better, you aren't sure how, exactly, but maybe if... At that point, you begin an endless (and pointless) round of tweaks that as often as not end up uglifying what was fine to start ...



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