Ayasdi

by SeanHeisler • Uploaded: Sep. 09 '09 - Gallerized: Nov. '10

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Description: Ayasdi - Mapping Worlds of Data. Ayasdi (Cherokee Indian meaning "to seek") develops large scale visualization and exploration of data using clusters of commodity hardware computers. This innovative software is aimed at data analysts in diverse fields including but not limited to: biotech, retail, search engine optimization, Ad impression, clickstream, social and network data etc.
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Status: Client work
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Tags: sleek modern contemporary refined
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Type08 Sep. 10 '09

Nice one, Sean! Very interesting mark! Maybe just a bit smaller type, because 'y' went under the line of the mark, making it little out of the balance IMO...

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JF Sep. 10 '09

This logomark is realy very nice. Yet, the tag line needs a little help%3B it's far, far too small. Hard to read at this size, let alone on a business card, embroidered on a t-shirt, or for use on a site.

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ethereal Sep. 10 '09

Thanks, guys. I couldn't agree more with both comments. Unfortunately this is the final mark, the type size/symbol relationship was dictated in part by the client. I suppose I could cheat it for the presentation here. %3B)

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ethereal Sep. 10 '09

Ok, guys, I reduced the size of the type. Really wished I could have convinced the client of this! :) Thanks for the floats, guys.

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JF Sep. 10 '09

Ouch! That would hurt as the designer. Man, I hate it when a client just doesn't 'get it.' I once had a client who didn't get it, so to drive my point home, I printed a business card with the 'micro-sized' type....and it looked like a fuzzy horizontal line, the type was so small! LOL!

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JF Sep. 10 '09

....they 'saw' my point after that, heh heh. Type size was never an issue after I was able to show them that. %0D*%0D*It's always about trust with clients%3B sometimes it's given from the start, sometimes it takes moments like that one. It's a dance, in a manner of speaking. %0D*%0D*Nice work, type issue aside, ethereal.

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ethereal Apr. 20 '10

Proud to announce this will be featured in LogoLounge 6.

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Mikeymike Nov. 16 '10

love this one, Sean.*congrats on the Logolounge feature.

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Matto Nov. 16 '10

Very strong mark!

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Matto Nov. 16 '10

%5E...not forgetting the type

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Pierro Nov. 17 '10

Great colors, not sure about the type.

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myway999 Nov. 18 '10

@tconrad: hmm, why are you against logos that get into the gallery? this one is so modern and appealing.*congrats, ethereal!

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ethereal Nov. 18 '10

Thanks for the kind comments and the gallery spot, folks, I appreciate it!

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Noetic Brands Nov. 19 '10

liked it the first time I saw it.. Liked it here as well :)

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