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Duncan Hammett

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I really like the design of the iconic mark, it has a nice flow to it. However the typeface doesn't match the one used in the wordmark underneath. Also, for the business card consider using a serif typeface to compliment the sans serif type. I think you have used two sans serif typefaces. The orange works nicely - maybe they are based in Orange County, California?
4 days ago by Duncan Hammett
I really like these, especially the mark in the top left. Maybe combine it with the typeface in the bottom left?
1 month ago by Duncan Hammett
Loose the borders around the pictures, they make it look over decorated. Some of the text might need a little kearning. Does the red in the warning box match the colour palette you are using?
1 month ago by Duncan Hammett
@ Ashish Jadhav How could I improve it? Your feedback provides me with nothing tangible or useful.
2 months ago by Duncan Hammett
I like the first design, its very clean.
3 months ago by Duncan Hammett
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WinterStation logo reworked

4 days ago by Duncan Hammett
I have reworked a couple of my WinterStation logo ideas. I wasn't happy with the original snowflake design, so have simplified it. The colour scheme remains the same, inspired by the Icelandic flag. The red adds a touch of warmth, as winter clothes are supposed to keep you warm.
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WinterStation logo

2 weeks ago by Duncan Hammett
Logos for WinterStation, a winter clothing store. The bottom two logos are the result of combining a snowflake with a depiction of a train line and station on map. I picked a heavy sans serif typeface as it feels strong and sturdy.
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Beach Square second attempt

1 month ago by Duncan Hammett
This is my second attempt at a logo for BeachSquare. I really struggled with this one.
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The colors are fantastic on this one, the design is simple yet so on point! I'm between option 1 and 3, great work!
1 month ago by Elena
good job , the solid colours are looking better . *would you like to like to give me feedback ? check my works.
1 month ago by kunal das

Jina's Teahouse

1 month ago by Duncan Hammett
My logo designs for Jina's Teahouse. I really like the typeface I have used, it reminds me of a vintage steam fair. The teapot matches the vintage vibe, as does the cream colour. I think the first two designs are the best.
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1 month ago by Elena
These are really great. Tho I think you could have used more earthy colours like green, brown, etc. Black and white is classy too though?
1 month ago by Leye Abiola

Netaid logo

2 months ago by Duncan Hammett
My logo ideas for Netaid, a internet and computer repair company. The logo has to appeal to young and old, so I chose to represent a computer mouse.
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I feel that 3 would work well, but that the signal marks on each side of the mouse is too much, perhaps putting it on top of the mouse instead, where the small antenna is? Other than that, it's a pretty solid logo :)
2 months ago by pndmx

Authentic Chicago Chocolaterie

2 months ago by Duncan Hammett
My attempt at designing a logo for a chocolaterie.
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