Aug. 07 '11
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Great visual solution, perhaps too many modules, but I figured that won't be easy*Highlighting the %22R%22 with less blocks as good as you did, my favorite alternative from the others you are showing, good job!
Hello! I've just posted this in our Business Trends Channel under Branding. :) Wonderful design and use of color. Please feel free to visit your posting on our site and feel free to contact me if you need anything. :D **here: http://www.colourlovers.com/business/trends/branding/7874/ROBAROV_WEBDESIGN**- Molly *Community Curator / Blog Editor*[email protected]*
Great stuff Jan.
really cool.*its different, made me think about
This is pretty cool. The shape reminds me of one of those collapsible inserts you'd find in a wine or beer case to keep each bottle intact. I absolutely love the fact that the R shape forms logically from the shading and highlights of a particular grouping of three-dimensional %22walls.%22 However, this design goes a step further, because the shapes can also be seen as facets in some sort of techie, webby grid structure.**On thing, though: I really like the idea that this is some sort of 3-D grid structure, and that certain walls are highlighted to reveal an R. Yet, I feel that the shift from one hue to another (green to blue) disrupts this effect, and makes the mark unnecessarily more complex than it needs to be.**What if all the facets were one hue, like blue, for example, and all the highlighted facets that form the R are truly %22highlighted,%22 i.e., brighter/more intense, while the facets that form the rest of the grid are slightly more subdued tints of that same hue? Or even gray?**Think of what I'm saying as if your grid were some on-screen element that responds dynamically to a cursor rollover. Before a user interacts with it, the grid's hue is subdued, almost grayed out. But when the user moves their cursor over the various facets, they light up. When they move their cursor to other facets, the previous facets return to their subdued hues.**If you apply this rationale to your design, I think it would make the appearance of the R a bit more logical - as if the user has rolled over a predetermined hot zone in the grid, whereby the R is revealed.**Not sure if any of that made sense.
great one logogram.....nice to have that mark for the graphic element also :)
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loving the depth of this one... then i saw the %22R%22! good stuff!
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