Exact same story: composition, margins and typography. And for future reference – don’t add social media icons on your designs.
We’re all on the same boat
You didn’t read my post
Your business card is too simple, there’s almost no composition here, typography is weak and margins are off. You need to learn a bit more and try again
1. Simple bevel under team names looks cheap. Text placement is a bit off,
2. All the frames around texts just don’t fit here and are not very appealing,
3. Flags are deformed, don’t do that,
4. Distance between elements in bottom is uneven,
5. Don’t use social media icons on your work.
What category was it supposed to fall under?
If it’s logo, then there’s absolutely nothing unique about it, besides the quality of the design itself is rather low. If it’s vector, then it’s too simple.
Hi DigitalArtsbees! If you want receive briefer feedback from users and be guided on how to improve your design, you need to show us your work.
Head over to this forum section, then create a new thread there. Remember to include rejection reason from your e-mail and screenshot of your work. This article about (adding photos) will be helpful
To be honest I’d never realise there’s a pattern if you haven’t just told it’s there
Fonts are fine, nothing fancy, just few words of info.
Better quesion would he: do you think it is? Try to explain why this logo should be accepted, what purpose will it have, in which categories it would be better than the others.
It’s not that your designs are particularly bad, but bear in mind that Business Card category is one of the most overflown with items on GR. I will always say that having an item approved there is more like winning a lottery these days. I doubt there’s single shape that hasn’t been used on any of 12k+ of items. You have to be creative, as much creative as it’s possible on 3,5 inches of width. And yet it doesn’t guarantee that your business card will be accepted