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Yes, I think this logo is to busy. The framework is pretty good, but the colors clash and the pattern on the G is makes it hard to read. I first would like to say this is by no ways or means meant to be taken as an insult. I think this is a great start, it's clever and interesting and it has a really unique silhouette. I think it's gender neutral in it's ...


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This is a very ambiguous question. The logo has too much things to improve. It has too much targets: Women At the same time Men At the same time Neutral Global I recommend to search for a professional graphic designer consultation.


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As JVS mentioned, this is very opinion based question. I do both things, like you: design and code. And I am also very detail oriented (which other people call "perfectionist" and my clients tend to call "slow"). I prefer Adobe Illustrator (or any other vector software) over Photoshop for the design phase. I find it allows me to be nitpicking but to do so ...


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To answer your first question, the type of tool you're looking for is called a prototyping or wireframing tool. Wireframing "primarily allows you to define the information hierarchy of your design, making it easier for you to plan the layout according to how you want your user to process the information"[1], whereas prototyping is creating "a first, typical ...


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This is pure opinion based, but I give it a shot. As far as choosing a color pallette i go to color.adobe.com. Here you can discover other pallettes from users all over the world. But most of my clients already have a color pallette so i use that one. For designing the actual design I use photoshop. I know there are diffrent tools out there that are made ...



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