Zentendo

by mdta • Uploaded: Jun. 26 '07

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Description: A clean and simple logo for a soon to launch Nintendo News site.
As seen on: Zentendo
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Bernard Kowalski Jun. 26 '07

For me, there is too much tension between that big spot on the mushroom and the top of it. I like the super clean look though.

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dache Jun. 26 '07

Why are the %22e%22's lowercase?

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mdta Jun. 26 '07

I prefered the feel and look of the round lowercase e's. I also made the n's rounded as it softened the whole logo-type.

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Craven91 Jun. 26 '07

I never heard anyone say %22feel and look.%22%0D*%0D*Kudos mdta.

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mdta Jun. 26 '07

hmm, if anything, its the t and d which should be changed to lowercase, to match the other letters. Unfortunately,if that happens, the uniform height goes with the ascenders.

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Bernard Kowalski Jun. 27 '07

Just make them change the name to zeneno, problem solved.

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kult house Jun. 27 '07

There is absolutely no reason you can't have lowercase e's in there.

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firebrand Jun. 27 '07

I think the lowercase e's are fine.

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liquisoft Jun. 27 '07

Is there a progressive thinning of the type, or is that just how the jpeg rendered itself?

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mdta Jun. 27 '07

The idea behind the look was simple and zen-like. Not actual zen, as I am not knowledgeable about it, but soft shades of grey and colour, and as to that, I made zen stand out a bit, by having the letters thin from the z to the o

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devast8or Jun. 27 '07

well to me when i look at the type for some reason it seems to be bold at the Z then end up thinner at the O, and that seems odd to me, i think maybe you should try to make zen a little bolder if that what your trying to do, there still to close to the same width. i dont mind the e's, i guess the only other solution different font, other than that i like the very clean crisp feel it has.

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mdta Jun. 28 '07

Its not that I wanted zen to stand out, just to put some emphasis to that end of the word. So I made the letters thicker, and eased it out.

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