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kops says

I don’t think it needs the tablet. It’s detracts from the logo rather than adding to it. I’d go with the third option, the larger one and make the text clearer – lost the layer styles and go with a slightly thicker font. Something like: (Ignore the colors and paint splat brushes – they were the first my cursor hit)

With something simpler like that, you’ve then got ample scope to evolve the logo as time passes with different colour/shape combos.

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enFusionThemes says

can’t see the image :(

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says

can’t see the image :(

really, works here, try clearing your cache?

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ToivoMedia says

It doesn’t look very stylized, could try simplifying the tablet.

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themelux says

It seems like I’m one of the only ones that likes it, but I really like the logo!

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says

It seems like I’m one of the only ones that likes it, but I really like the logo!

thanks! :)

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says

It doesn’t look very stylized, could try simplifying the tablet.

yeah i’m going to make it a more generic tablet shape.

define stylized though?

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ToivoMedia says


It doesn’t look very stylized, could try simplifying the tablet.

yeah i’m going to make it a more generic tablet shape.

define stylized though?

I mean less photo-realistic.

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Tamixes says

I don’t think it needs the tablet. It’s detracts from the logo rather than adding to it. I’d go with the third option, the larger one and make the text clearer – lost the layer styles and go with a slightly thicker font. Something like: (Ignore the colors and paint splat brushes – they were the first my cursor hit)

With something simpler like that, you’ve then got ample scope to evolve the logo as time passes with different colour/shape combos.

I like the idea of the logo format being square and compact as it easily lends itself to a typical app icon/webclip.

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