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Thread: critic this simple logo

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    critic this simple logo

    I made this logo for a consulting firm that specializes in databases, what u think, itīs too simple, too ugly, great, good, what should I change?? thanks!
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    or this one................
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    I like the second one better. The first one is real blocky, whereas the 2nd one - although still maintaining the blockiness - provides a retreat from that as well as a new color definition (the orange). My 2 cents.
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    thanks man, I did a couple of changes and make another one what do u think??
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    #1

    It looks very old-fashioned though. Are you going for that look?

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    yes, I dont know for sure but #2 has been used before right??

    well, yes, it needs to be simple, old-fashioned?? really ? what can I do to improve it??

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    well the computer icon looks very Apple II and the font is somewhat typical (though I know not the same) of the kinds of mono types that were used then as well.

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    I definitely like #1 now that you added that highlight effect. I like the 2nd one as well, but it reminds me of Mario or Mickey Mouse because of the hand/glove look. The branding for that type of label is already there so I'd stick with #1.
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    ok then, make ur choice! :
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    #4 is actually the one that stands out here in my opinion. Hope it helps. BTW what does the company actually do?
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  12. #12
    I like 4 too

  13. #13
    Four looks nice at that size, but any smaller and it's just going to be a gray box. I'd go with either 1 or 3, as they are more scalable and just better in my opinion. I like number 1 the most.
    Also, monitors are more wide the tall, something you might want to take into consideration

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    #4! #4! #4! #4!

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