What do you think???

Discussion in 'The Logo Creator Gallery' started by cdw, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. cdw

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    Hello everybody,

    I have been a member for two years but I have never posted. I stopped by to check out a few things and decided to post the logo I designed for our company. I have been with this company for 13 years and we never had a logo. So...here it is. The owner, engineers, etc. loved it. I am rather proud of it but would like some feedback from you guys. Also, the text at the bottom is somewhat blurry. How can I fix this?

    I love this software. Thanks Marc and everyone here for such a great software and site.

    Cathie Williams, Office Manager/Marketing
    Campco Engineering, Inc.
     
  2. KD-did

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    It is a great looking logo.I would go as far as to say superb Perhaps a different but very similar font would cure the slight fuzziness. If it isn't an ebbed font you could try redoing the text (in the same font) in another program and importing it.
     
  3. cdw

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    Thanks Katie, I'll try that. ;-)
     
  4. KD-did

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    <img src="http://www.bulls2.com/smileys/spinning13.gif" width="65" height="65"> Or you might try the thinest outlining in the same color to make it tidier.
     
  5. WHBea

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    It's a great logo

    Katie posted before I finished my example but we are thinking the same.

    I think a change of type face would help your readability. The font you are using has thick lines and small opening in the letters that close up when the logo is reduced. I've tried to choose a type with thinner lines and larger opennings. On the second line I used caps and spread out the characters some but I think it will help readability. On the CEI I tried an outline hoping to make the letters stand out from the background at smaller sizes...

    It's a great logo....
     
  6. cdw

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    I'm playing with it now. Thanks for all the help! ;-)
     
  7. Shelly

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    When exporting in Gif format Text tends to pixalte, If you have still have the TLC format and are using a white Background, try using png format this tends to be better for text.

    here you can see what happens to text in Gif format
     

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  8. cdw

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    Thanks Shelly, I am going to try that right now. It appears that is what has happened. I will let you know.

    Cathie
     
  9. Mr Laughingbird

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    Beautiful logo CDW!

    Looks like you may have originally created the diamond with version 2.0 of The Logo Creator? Or is that your own shape?

    I'm working on a way to bring back this "striped" effect for the new v4.0 of The Logo Creator. I've missed it :)

    Excellent logo CDW! Glad you decided to post :D

    - Marc
     
  10. cdw

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    Hey Marc!
    Actually, I did create this with 2.0. You are good. ;-) I showed you my logo when I first designed it and I remember you liked it. Thanks. I have been dealing with the fuzziness of the words and finally decided to seek help. I have gotten rave reviews on my logo and always give the Logo Creator credit.

    Thanks again for such a great product.

    Cathie
     
  11. lordzenn

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    Hats off to CDW cgreat job on the logo.
     
  12. cdw

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    Thank you very much lordzenn. ;-)
     
  13. Gravy

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    Yes it is an excellent logo. Did you get the fuzzies fixed? It seemed as tho you might have created it using a slight shadow this would also contribute to some fuzziness.
     

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