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10-25-2003, 07:27 AM
ANy comments on this logo please?
The main ara of this company is wedding photography.
The circle represents the lens of the camera while the text represents the text on the lens ring.
10-25-2003, 10:27 AM
The design scales well and looks as though it will translate to print media quite nicely.
The black rendering will distinctively stand out on a black backgrounded page, especially when example photographic images adorn the rest of the page. Black backgrounds do tend to be best for displaying high quality photographic exemplars.
With XP appearing as if through reticulated glass, I'm concerned that the impression might be left that the images produced by the photographer will be blurred, not unlike the image seen through shower stall doors.
I understand that you're soliciting comments about the logo, but I can't help but interject a word about the name and its acronym. With the obvious associations one draws with Microsoft's current OS version, are you not concerned about momentary confusion on the part of the viewing public? True, MS will be releasing their 64 bit OS very soon, but until then...
In your post, you haven't associated your bug with a domain name so it's open to speculation, which always gets the speculator in trouble. Unless you're engaged in obtaining the domain name, xtremeproductions.com, or are (or working for) Moreno, M. of Naco, Santo Domingo and own the domain name xtreme-productions.com, there may be confusion between XP and the actual domain name. Is that a concern? What is the domain name?
10-25-2003, 11:05 AM
the site is http://www.xpmalta.com.
So if I change the blurred type do you think its ok?
Because I am trying to convince the client that this logo is better than the one he made.
10-25-2003, 11:20 AM
Now that's quite a bit better! Much more distinctive. The top one, with the solid tilted aqua square scales better than the one beneath it, and will look quite nice as a favicon.
10-25-2003, 11:32 PM
I like your XP logo with the solid aqua squre. Some minor tweaks could take it just a little bit further. I know you will be pleased :)
-Make the angle of the 'X' and the square parallel.
-Nudge that square to the right just a tad, so that it fills in that little fleck of white space.
-Cut off the left side of the 'P' where it overlaps the 'X'
Thanks for your post,