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my logo

Hey everyone,

I need your help! in starting to work on our final project and after listening to our guest lecturer last week I though about making a site that shows my work, maybe focusing print designing. While brain storming for logo designs I decided to combine my initials K and R and developed the name “KReative designs” and made a few sketches of logos that I thought were interesting. I also thought of having the possible slogan”designing outside the box”. I just would like to know which logo everyone thinks has the most potential for developing into my official logo! I accept constructive criticism so I encourage feedback! Thanks a lot everyone!

kr_logo_draft_template_01.pdf

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3 responses so far

3 Responses to “my logo”

  1. jcoxeteron Apr 9th 2008 at 9:17 am

    Great idea to use your initials in the word creative. I’d take the initials out of the box—it doesn’t flow when you read it. The one in the middle right (with the red check mark in the box) reads the best because there’s less separation between the two initial letters and the rest of the word. How does it look with K and R the same size?

  2. aalenezion Apr 9th 2008 at 9:08 pm

    I agree with jcoxeter when he said that it doesn’t flow when you read it because of the separation between the two letters and the rest of the word. I would suggest that you use the same font for the whole word “KReative” and define the two first letters with different colors. You can still create more designs out of this creative idea. I really liked the fact the you can use your two initial letters this way. Best of luck

  3. gregon Apr 16th 2008 at 8:21 am

    Yeah, I like the K-R idea! But to agree with the others, since the K and R are already capitalized, theres no need to make “reative” so much smaller than than your initials. They will still stand out as they are upper case. Just a suggestion: I like that you use solid colors in your logo. Don’t use gradients or shades of color. They will pixelate easily and with just one, two or three colors, you can make your logo clear and crispy and scalable too!

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