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Personally? I like it without the art. Your name, what you do (without the er). Clean and perfect keming. Bold red on a linen business card? (no raised lettering PLEASE) That'd be all kinds of wow. The only thing I'd suggest in that respect is to try about +5% kerning between letters. Solid, clear, professional. If you're going to have the art tho, the ...


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I know its off topic, but have you thought about using the words 'graphic design' and dropping the 'er'- just thinking it would allow you to expand your brand, employees etc


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As you probably know, a logo shouldn't be too complicated, should be easy to remember, and shouldn't have a buckload of text; your logos seem to have neither of those, and I must say I love all of them. If you feel like it, add colour too? If you're considering to add colour, I would suggest to stick to one - too many will make your logo stand out, but will ...


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I would prefer "Grouping" before doing any layout. group the similar elements together according the the function and the main "element" you represent. the post is the most important thing in that layout comes next the name and image then the helping tools like like share and comment, all are helpful tools for user participation, but they are not the main ...


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Personally, I agree with DA that whitespace is most useful here, and maybe just increasing that will be enough. A few other possible options: Use a thicker line between the posts, and then use a thin line like the existing one to separate the post content from options. Use a background colour such as grey, or the other colour in your scheme, on the post ...


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Design is looking well as it is, but if you want more integrated and visually distinct design for options(up-arrow,down-arrow,like,comments), "Just put all options at right side".


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I wasn't familiar with the name Octopod before seeing this. If the purpose of the name is significantly detached from the toy of the same name then I think you're OK to go with it. With the most recent design you've shown, I think having the eight dots in the circle is an elegant way of visually representing the name and worth pursuing. I feel that whilst ...


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The only difference between your 3rd and 4th logo is the typeface. 4th looks better, that is because the thickness of the font is almost the same as the thickness of the golden outline. Use that typeface in 5th logo, it might look even better. Try this on the all the logos and see which one looks the best to you. Always look at this detail. Rest all looks ...


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Alright, first I want to say nothing beats copy. A picture may be worth 1,000 words but you're leaving it up to each viewer to determine what those 1,000 words are. That said as this is a Graphic Design Q&A I'll focus on the Graphic Design aspects. This is somewhat a marketing question and there's no way around that. You have to understand the product ...



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