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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by ToddH, Jan 7, 2013.
^^^ Think this is the winner but with the Name in blue like below.
If you're asking for feedback, between the two, I definitely prefer the first. This includes the "Hancock Glen" in the yellow/orange color with green outline. It anchors the logo's color scheme, allowing the logo to flow into the name, whereas the blue lettering only loosely ties in to the relaxing guy, making it look less cohesive.
Interesting. The wife hates the yellow one. So you know I am likely stuck with the blue or maybe green
I do like the block lettering shape and form better on the bottom. I also like the slight separation of the name from the logo on the Bottom
The one proble with the bottom is the slogan does not show up as well around the sun.
Thanks for the input but if I do not go with the blue I could be in trouble
Also I think I am a little concerned about clarity of the name as it does not impact people well with my current logo. People like the logo but I think they have to look to pull the initials out of it in many situations.
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Can I assume everyone approves?
First one. If you like the blue, change the colors in the first one. 2nd one, you can't read the slogan
I like the first one.... The slogan is clear. I also like the blue name better, I think it stands out nice. My wife helped tweek my logo... Always go with the wife! Lol. I would agree that it is hard to pull the initials from the old logo.
Being a Minnesota Vikings fan I hate the colors of the first one(Packer Colors...lol), but I would go with that one despite that. Plus you are in Texas anyway.
The layout in the first one is better, I would use that, with the blue lettering.
That is the one. Thanks
Now to get all the art work from the vendor.