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  1. #21
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    ok... changes made and posted...

    I also smoothed out the stroke on the pen outline, and adjusted the feather some.

    Thanks for the input Snerdey
    Any more suggestions?

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    Sure thing and now that I see it the black is too strong. Make it the dark blue of the outline of the graphic =)
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    ok...

    now the "Web Design" matches the outline, and the "FraComWeb" matches the graphic

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    How about the font something like this

    FraComWeb

    All caps make it hare to read.
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    That's a Great Idea!
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  6. #26
    Hi Rodney! Your logos are getting better. It just goes to show how your skills evolve as you learn new techniques and concepts.

    I don't want you to take this the wrong way, but if you are serious about promoting web design, will you be sub-contracting the graphics work to a graphics designer? Also, IMO, you are headed totally in the wrong direction creating a Flash website.

    The main goal of your job as a web designer is to provide a quality, user-freindly and accessable experience for your potential clients. If your site, as the designer, doesn't impress the potential client, then he/she is just gonna scoff and move along their way and you'll have wasted valuable time.

    I think your should forget about Flash and design a traditional, but unique, clean, accessable site using a table or CSS layout. Those shiny, gradient bars and grey and black backgrounds just do not invoke a feeling of confidence in your ability to ensure that I "Get Seen".

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