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If you own the copyright to the artwork, you are free to do whatever you wish.


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I think overall the kerning is pretty good. However, at times it can be helpful to abandon anything mathematical or scientific and merely use visuals to refine. Looking at the full mark I feel there's a bit too much space around the right side of R and the C. Curves often cause the visual sense of additional space. So, it's fairly common to kern curves a bit ...


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I personally feel there should be good contrast between colors. If you're using 2 colors adjacent to each other, you might lose the purpose of it if it doesn't have much contrast. For example, The black and blue colors are kind of mixing. If it would be possible, I would make the blue a bit brighter like this (see image). However, I will also try to adjust ...


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There is no inherently better color combination for logos, it very much depends on what you're trying to say, which colors, target audience, etc. And complementary/monochrome are not your only options. In this particular case, the left color combination says very much stop/go to me. Red=negative, green=positive. Looking at your app design, I get that this ...


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It can be tested. Check what score it gets


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Too close to the Bluetooth symbol and almost unreadable. Honestly if you just type the name in Arial Black it can already look better than this. I think you need to reconsider the design.


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It's unreadable in my opinion.... well.... it can be read, but requires way too much effort from the viewer to figure it out. It's simply too stylized if the goal is easy readability. At no point would I ever, in a million years, know the intention was to represent brackets (<, >). Especially since seemingly the only right bracket is in the R. I can't ...


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It sounds like the problem could come from the two paths not having the same number of anchor points. Try creating the left shape by making a copy of the right shape and moving the lower right anchor point up. This should make it possible for After Effects to guess what you are trying to do.


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