if the icons were slightly smaller and aligned to the left or something i'd think it'd look nice
also no offense i think the the typography for that "beeko" logo sucks, but that could be just me being very nitpick-y when it comes to using humanist fonts in logos
the exit button should also have some more significance, invert it and put it in a box or something.
please elaborate on the typography
and i intend to give the exit button an onmouseover and one onmouseclick box, not enough?
idk it needs to look more noticeable in a passive state
you also need to display the character count somewhere plus you could also have the send tweet button grayed out and transparent when nothing is in it.
or alternatively you could do something like this
and when you click it it already selects the textbox and all you have to do is type
and you know, as for typography in the logo:
there's no distinction. many logos have plain and simple typography separate from the symbolage but it doesn't fit. it lacks enough distinction as it is and it feels like you just kind of typed it out there without really thinking about how to fit it.
plus it's a humanist font, i tend to really hate humanist fonts when they're not being used in interface purposes - maybe it's one to many times i've read a paper with calibri, but i still kind of hate them. there's some good examples of them being used nicely in logos but i mostly think they're overused - they lack the attractive styles of other sans serifs.
kind of a dumb and not that well-thought out example, but here, i made a mockup
maybe think about integrating it within the logo somehow? it's fine if you decide not to, i would just try some other fonts out
How's this for a logo?
Or maybe without all the fancy effects...
no fancy effects, work on the kerning, talk later
sometimes i wonder how people fuck up kerning - hell the default kerning looks perfect as it is, how do you get it so that each letter looks like it has drastically different kerning????
im not saying i dont know how, i know how. i mean like, why.
The normal kerning is set by the font, not the program you're using.
Some letters are more or less perfectly kerned together, whilst others doesn't work for shit, because hey, every letter combination works differently together.
totally addicted to 99designs.com at the moment.
28 entries and I haven't won any contests! The day I win one of them is going to be So fucking good.
Is anyone here familiar with blurb.com or any other similar online book publishing facility?
Hey Facepunch, I am not very good a graphic design and need a bit of help. I am designing a T-shirt for my Universities Frosh week and the theme for the specific shirt I am making is Alice in Wonderland. The Base color of the shirt is going to be neon orange, and we can only use two colors for the print. Here is what I got so far. Do you have any tips or suggestions on what to do? Anything better that can be done with the Alice in Wonderland theme? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
The text seems have gotten a bit lost in the tree, you could try one in which the tree doesnt have that white outline, or have the text below the tree
anythingy really, to make them more distinct
I'm working on a new logo for my YouTube channel, ReallyHandsomePeople
How does it look?
Either make the reflection really visible or just keep it white.
Other than that it works. Nothing special, but it gets the point across.
Fontwise I find the font a bit well round and comicy, but then again as you know I'm a diehard sans-serif industrial/geometrical lover.
ive already heard so many names like that
I've had that channel with that name for about 2 years, so the name isn't really something I'll change. We're the ones who make Teleported into Minecraft so the logo is based on the main character from that
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help a noob out, and tell me which one I should use.
I want some art direction challenges. Give me a fake band, album title and their genre or an author/book title and what the book is about. I will do the first five or so suggestions.
A death metal band cover for a band called "Pneumatic auto-eroticism". The band members literally have no foot in design or graphics what so ever thereof lacking any hints or thoughts about a certain style, you'll have to improvise it. All they did when they asked you to do it was pointing you at other death metal band covers and said "yeah, man, just, you know, do it kinda like that."
A book cover about being social in an office environment, the book is called "desk corners". You have to include a witty slogan.
A logo for a social medium (a chat and video kind of program or whatever).
An abstract t-shirt design illustrating rain and relevant feelings.
A commercial poster for a perfume. Directed toward women at the age range of 10-25 years.
What's a good substitute for Times New Roman? And also whats so wrong about it aside from being used all the time?
in a related question, is there a difference between Times and Times New Roman or are they the same thing?
Nothing too wrong with it if it fits the work, but being overused it's easier to hate when recognized and/or used improperly.
people probably already know about this but there's this really neat really neat website which allows you to make custom fonts really easily but more than that there's a good community around it which make nice fonts
A friend of mine recommended
I tried them, though I think it kinda changes the expression of the words
Code:So You Need A Typeface: Arnhem Akzidenz Grotesk Baskerville Bodoni Caslon Didot Eurostile FF Scala FF Din FF Erikrighthand FF Meta Fedra Futura Frutiger Franklin Gothic Gotham Garamond Helvetica Interstate Joanna Letter Gothic Lexicon Miller Minion Myriad Metro Optima OCR Proforma Peignot Palatino Rotis Sabon Syntax Swift Times Univers Walbaum Zapfino
Lyon's my go-to serif generally, and it's fairly similar to Times New Roman so it should work for you.
Can someone make a Team Fortress parody logo for Killer7? I need it to make a parody poster.
yep that's the size you need for a poster
long live melbourne
melbournes is better because it doesn't have any of the shapes corners cut off, that's making the v look sloppy