Netspire L1

by Logomotive • Uploaded: May. 16 '10 - Gallerized: May. '10

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Description: Trying different layouts for this mark. Final design to be printed in Pantone 165U.
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brandsimplicity May. 16 '10

Very nice...I like this configuration:)

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logomotive May. 16 '10

Thanks Fabian, it's one of the cleanliness ones I came up with.

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michaelspitz May. 16 '10

Looks sweet mike! Digging the color as well.

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Lecart May. 16 '10

timeless mark and nice layout

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bigoodis May. 16 '10

Very strong mark but do not really like the block design

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logomotive May. 16 '10

Thanks guys,.. client liketh. :)

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alto May. 16 '10

is that a drop shadow i see? looks good!

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logomotive May. 17 '10

%5E Kinda :) Thanks!

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OcularInk May. 18 '10

Nice how you chose squares as opposed to circles on the ends of the lines.

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logomotive May. 19 '10

Thanks Gareth and Kevin.

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mcguire design May. 20 '10

Simple. Sweet. Success.

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logomotive May. 20 '10

Thanks Mcguire, working on the Marketing Collateral.

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logomotive May. 20 '10

Branding collateral :)

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damaraputra May. 24 '10

awesome in everyway.

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logomotive May. 24 '10

Thanks onetreeink and damaraputra.

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lumo May. 26 '10

great work as always!

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logomotive May. 29 '10

Little help here. I'm using a swatch book to decide and photoshop to calibrate RGB to print. I'm aiming for pantone 165U,.. Illustrator is way out of whack but photoshop is within 2 swatches of this giving me Orange021U.Pantone 165 is middle swatch of Warm RedU and Orange021u. Anyone have a swatch guide and can see what your getting in PS and your eye from an actual swatch book? Oranges don't look good in CMYK

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logomotive May. 29 '10

just want a second opinion. As long as it's within one or two swatch colors, I'll be happy.

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logomotive May. 29 '10

Let me REphrase this.Everyone, your all logo designers right? and should have a swatch book. Hold Pantone 165U up to monitor and let me know if it looks close to you :)

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firebrand May. 29 '10

Mike, it's looking closer to 021 in my swatch book.

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logomotive May. 29 '10

Thanks Roy, I knew the real deal would come through :) They are actually very close. I fanned them out side by side. At least we're in the ballpark. thanks!!!!

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logomotive May. 29 '10

Thanks again Roy added a little more R to RGB and adjusted... hard to calculate translucent light to reflected light.

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michaelspitz May. 29 '10

%5ERight now it's looking a bit more like 1655 vs 165 to my eye, but you're clearly in the ballpark...and the shift is probably due to that bit of extra 'R' you dropped in there.**BTW %3E The Debut London logo posted %3Ca href%3D%22http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/96401%22%3EHERE%3C/a%3E was printed with some added hexachrome orange for the spot %3E but the web version is calibrated pretty close to 165 if you wanted to compare...

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firebrand May. 29 '10

No worries chief. Now it's somewhere between 165 %26 1585.

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michaelspitz May. 29 '10

%5EThat seems about right by my book.

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logomotive May. 29 '10

Perfect, thanks guys. My books like 10 years old :)*

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logomotive May. 29 '10

such great resources we have.

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michaelspitz May. 29 '10

Cheers buddy! Solid color choice no doubt %3B)

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logomotive Jul. 15 '10

%5EThanks for your help.

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logomotive Dec. 13 '10

Thanks Claude and ahmetbarin.*Site is live now http://www.netspiresystems.com

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