Monday, 2 July 2012

New Logo Font - Your opinions welcome

Please vote for your favorite font in the poll on the right or commenting. 

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(One)




(Two)





 (Three)




(Four)







(Five)






(Six)

9 comments:

mad mumma said...

i like them all - but am leaning towards no.2 for design and no.5 for impact.

CatWhitworth said...

For me, its definitely either the first or last fonts - out of the more quirky and whimsical fonts, I like number one, its is clear, and fun, and seems very "you"!

The last I think is particularly clear and I think looks really smart, and really fits your style jewellery - if you made letters out of silver, I could imagine they'd look like this, if that makes sense?! So feels quite a natural font for your work...

I guess in short, the first one really emphasises the magic and fairy-loveliness side of your work, and the last one is more about the simplicity but beauty of your designs - classic, but with a little twist of fun...

That's my take on it anyway, hope that helped!!!

;) xxxx

HannahMary said...

Such lovely considered comments thank you both so much x

Lizzie said...

Try option two without most of the very fine lines. The ones that continue the lines of the letters look great though so keep them.

I think that it could look clean and professional but with just enough quirkiness to keep things interesting. Worth a play?


Elizabeth xx

Pam Drake said...

I do like number one, but as a wearer of glasses, number six is the easiest to read.

Jude said...

HI - I really, really like number 5 (sorry - thats not hlping you reach a consensus!) as I believe it is artistically designed but easily identifiable and readable. For what it's worth, I feel that numbers 1, 3 & 4 are a little too 'young girl' - No. 2 is a little too 'staid' and I like 6 but not as much as 5!! I also think that 5 fits in the corner of a letterhead very nicely - or could be in a circular format for labels onthe back of boxes etgc.... Hope that helps!

Anonymous said...

I like 2 best though I think it would be more easily readable if the fine ornamentation lines were knocked back a bit, maybe by 10-20%. I Also like 5 but again the swirls make it a bit less readable, maybe if they went around the letters more and through them less it would be easier. And 6 is undoubtedly the most readable, and the outline lettering does look a bit like silver with patterns stamped into it, but it's a little TOO solid, a bit set in its ways. It would be less eyecatching in isolation, ie away from the website with the photos of the work itself.

Anonymous said...

i love number 2 - its professional but creative. your work is lovely and i think some of the others seem less professional rather than inspiringly quirky. I also agree with the comment about removing some of the fine lines - its a great font but by removing some lines you'd make it look a lot cleaner.

Alastair Nicol said...

I'd go with number 3 Hannah (to really throw a spanner in the works!)