by amacca
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Hired a graphic designer to make a new website logo for my site.

What do you guys prefer?

A:

B:


Would like some opinions! Thanks!
#logo #website
  • Profile picture of the author Night Train
    I say the first one. The slimmer font goes better with the graphic.
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    It's close but I'm more partial to B. Ask your designer to give you a slimmer version of the 'mybody' image.
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    • Profile picture of the author amacca
      Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

      It's close but I'm more partial to B. Ask your designer to give you a slimmer version of the 'mybody' image.
      What do you mean by "slimmer version of the 'mybody' image."?

      Do you mean make the 'mybody' text slimmer in image B?
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      • Profile picture of the author Daniel Elss
        B stands out better. This may sound strange but..... Could you try a happy medium?
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        • Profile picture of the author amacca
          Originally Posted by Daniel Elss View Post

          B stands out better. This may sound strange but..... Could you try a happy medium?
          Might be a tad cheeky to ask as this is his 9th and 10th designs. :p

          I'll ask though.
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      • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
        Originally Posted by amacca View Post

        What do you mean by "slimmer version of the 'mybody' image."?

        Do you mean make the 'mybody' text slimmer in image B?
        Yeah, it's sort of like bold now. Make it skinnier. I mean, it's good as it is but that might improve it. If it were my project I'd ask the designer for another version with 'mybody' not as beefy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    Both look good, but the second is the best one IMO
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  • Profile picture of the author amacca
    Looking for more opinions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Laura B
    The font on B is more interesting than A and I like the all caps, but the alignment and font weight on A is better. So I'm no help!
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  • Profile picture of the author ScottWatson
    I prefer the simplicity of Image A which fits with the Simply MyBody. The font, and highlight etc.. on Image B just over complicate matters - plus it's chunky and fat lettering, suggestion of the logo is some sort of fitness orientated service... :\
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  • Profile picture of the author Kukelka
    I prefer number 2. (B). It's more proffessional,unique I think
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  • Profile picture of the author GailTrahd
    I prefer B - in A it's spelled Mybody - is that a name or do you mean MyBody - a simple fix. However, I do prefer the heavier font in B - I think it stands out better. I just got a logo for a new site and realized that it looked a LOT different when I looked at it in the size that it would normally be displayed.
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  • Profile picture of the author marc643
    Personally i prefer A it seems fresher and easier on my eye.

    Did you get them on the forum and who by there good I'd like to use them for a project thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author WordpressManiac
    I say B but switch simply to red and mybody to black. So logo B but colors A :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      I'd have to ask who your target market is and / or what message you want to communicate since both carry two entirely different qualities.

      The first is feminine encouraged with the slender type. This makes the mark / icon look graceful.

      The second uses a "cutting edge" masculine font lending an agressive, endurance quality to the icon.

      As a guide for application, the first wouldn't look our of place as a weight loss product / service whilst the second wouldn't look out of place on a mens designer supplement label.


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  • Profile picture of the author GodOfSEOCo
    A - Look's awesome and it seems like some kind of health management so having the slimmer font makes it look great!
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  • Profile picture of the author MarcusJohnson
    B is a bit bolder and more attractive. A is way to simple and boring...
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  • Profile picture of the author vjpvjp123
    i like B..it is very fantastic
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  • Profile picture of the author DubDubDubDot
    A is more in tune with current graphic design trends. I'm not into how "Mybody" looks though. I would choose a different font for that. Don't be afraid to mix and match fonts in logos if it looks good. Capitalize the B in body. You can probably leave "Simply" as-is.

    The issue I have with B is that the graphic figure is feminine and clashes with the masculine text. Plus the overall look of the text's font and coloring when put together is very dated (like boom era dated). I wouldn't be opposed to something big and bold if it were a little more curvy.



    An alternative idea....

    Put "simply" above the figure's arm in smaller letters and space them out. All caps or all lowercase. Experiment.

    Then below the arm do "my" in lowercase using a very curvy font and "body" next to it using a third font or one that matches "simply" (again experiment with lower or upper with that too).

    Obviously the formatting isn't right on a forum but you get the idea:
    s i m p l y
    my BODY
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  • Profile picture of the author Henri Lind
    I like A better. More clearer, looks more professional. IMO
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  • Profile picture of the author Jays80
    would go with image 2.
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