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I'm trying to create a logo using neumorphism learned from this video. After hours of tweaking I still couldn't get it right.

I know there's something wrong but couldn't know if that's with the color, or the strokes in my logo or something else, I couldn't make it look as expected. Here's the figma link. How do I improve it?

Edit: Do you think this one is better?

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If you look at other neumorphism examples you should quickly notice a few key details:

  • outer highlight and shadow are subtle and have low contrast compared to the background. You could fix yours by just making them transparent.
  • the light and shadow are also very soft, you need to increase the blur on yours.

Check also the example below:

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  • I did not read the whole linked article, but "neumorphism" is a clearly a play on "skeuomorphism" which means, basically "pretend this is an actual artifact." So the question becomes "what are we creating the illusion of?" From what I can tell, the answer looks like "embossed, pressed card stock" i.e. paper sculpture. Many of the key logos and calls to action though are in opposition to the paper stock: they are applied decals in the metaphor. – Yorik Jan 7 at 19:18
  • @Yorik what's your point? – Luciano Jan 8 at 9:53
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Like Luciano said, your shadow and highlight on the main element are too extreme.

Inside on the letters, the problem is in the colors. The highlight should be a lighter shade of the object, while the shadow should be a darker shade of whatever is beneath it. I would also recommend blurring them a bit more

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