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accepted What to avoid when using negative shapes / text for logos expected to be placed on a glass door
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comment What to avoid when using negative shapes / text for logos expected to be placed on a glass door
Duly noted, we've made do with the logo till now, its not something I really noticed consciously. We're not investing in the signage however, our landlord is getting the signs made, I just have to tell them what to get made up.
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comment What to avoid when using negative shapes / text for logos expected to be placed on a glass door
Thanks for the feedback. I'm guessing if it were your logo the kerning would be better too :-) Seriously though, I know it's a weak logo, but we've made do with it till now. The black being the dominant colour was deliberate for the name of the company, but given that's not a key factor for the office door your suggestion of inverting the logo is probably a better options.
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