Looking for logo feedback

almost 3 years ago from Daniel Baldwin, Creative Director + Cofounder @goodhandsdotco

  • Dean HaydenDean Hayden, almost 3 years ago

    Needs to work in monochrome so maybe ditch the shading. Try and frame things differently; each word on separate lines, place the logo after ‘good’ like an asterisk (good*)

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    • Cory DymondCory Dymond, almost 3 years ago

      It already is monochromatic. Printing it in black and white would work perfectly fine with shading, even on a crappy xerox. Beyond that, it's a website focused on sharing data. How likely is it that this company will need to use a pure black and white, no shading version of their logo?

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      • Dean HaydenDean Hayden, almost 3 years ago

        Ok, I suggested making it work in black and white with no tints, and yes that isn't the same as monochromatic (as you pointed out).

        There would of course be lots of uses for a tint free, single colour version of their logo but its for a website so I won't go in to that.

        My original suggestion still stands but I'll give another reason why it's relevant; avoiding tints will increase the legibility of the mark and logotype at smaller sizes.

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