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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by walker-talker, Oct 3, 2002.
Hey-- I see you took my idea on the logo design. It looks awesome!! I like the second one.
Looks good, Matt! I vote for #2 also.
I like the fade look in the second.. looks nice..
Good use of 2 colors to help minimze costs..
Yes, thanks for the idea. I could not remember who had suggested it, but thanks again. Looks like I am about 50/50 on which one to choose. I think I will go with #1. Most of the family memebers that I asked like #1 also. I even considered just having the one tree, but nobody liked that idea either.
There were a number of people on this site that suggested keeping the number of different colors to a minimum because of cost. If there are onyone with some improving idea, I am listening. The members of this site are incredible!!!
I have never used Photoshop before, so I can't give you an honest comparison of the two. I have used a few different publishing programs and MS Publisher, by far, is what I recommend. I was told that you can get older versions of Ebay, if you don't want to spend the money.
I will do tree work if the tree is small or already fallen down...haha. Which reminds me, I need to get my saw into the shop to get fixed. Right now I don't do any landscaping, but didn't want to limit myself to just lawn work, so that is why I added this onto my logo.
If there are anymore comments, feel free to express them. I take constructive critisim well
Thanks again for all the post.
Faded one looks good.
prefer the first one...the 2nd one implies, at least to me, that one of your specialties is improving the growth rate of trees?...at least thats what the logo says to me at first blush...and first impressions are what stick in peoples minds..