kvnwpts — 2012-06-14T20:49:15-04:00 — #1
So as soon as I turn 18 I gona start my own company called kwpwebdesign.
I'm a webdesigner and offer webdesign. My domain name is kwpwebdesign.se
My logo is attached.
I wanna have your opinions.
ralphm — 2012-06-14T22:13:49-04:00 — #2
Looks OK to me, although I wonder if it's worth separating off the P bit at the top.
PS - the K is back to front.
kvnwpts — 2012-06-15T03:35:16-04:00 — #3
Thanks. Yeah the k is back to front.
siemen2491 — 2012-06-17T06:54:48-04:00 — #4
I don't like the colour maby you can change that.
You can maby use 2 colours but now it doesn't looks very professional.
kvnwpts — 2012-06-17T07:45:41-04:00 — #5
Sure. Thanks. But I like the colour.
The text underneath is not really what I'm going to use. But the main KWP does look professionall in my opinion.
system — 2012-06-18T10:54:30-04:00 — #6
It's uncomfortable for the viewer's eye. It suggests something rather heavy and odd. You need something clear, warm, close and less "threatening".
Here's a suggestion: http://i1054.photobucket.com/albums/s490/itmitica/itmitica-kwp-02.png
j_in_calgary — 2012-06-19T12:36:28-04:00 — #7
I like the color, and I think I like the W and P connection. I also like the way the full title text balances under the logo.
I'm going to make a weird reference here, but I promise it's related to the topic. Did you ever see the movie That Thing You Do with Tom Hanks? They want to name their band the Oneders, like the One-ders (wonders). People keep calling them the Oh-knee-ders. When they're trying to be clever, it ultimately makes it confusing. I think that may be the case with your K, even though I can see that when it's reversed, it lines up nicely with your w. I appreciate cleverness, but I think in branding, clarity has to come first, so I think the design has to be adjusted so it's clear what the letters are.
I do think that when the letters are that heavy, it almost looks like a construction company logo. I wonder if you could add something interesting within the letters that might suggest what the business is about.
Good luck with your new venture!
davemaxwell — 2012-06-19T13:20:57-04:00 — #8
The only real issue I have with it is the boxiness of the W - it's too vertical for the modernistic take on the K and the P. Perhaps if you open the edges of the W so it's more slanted, it might help. Other than that, I would just suggest:
1) Perhaps mute the color of the logo a little - it's very tomato-ish to me and a bit stark.
2) Perhaps put an outline around the letters, which might help the color tone as well.
3) The letters below are stark for how bold the logo is - a bolder, more present font there might help...
ralphm — 2012-06-19T19:10:32-04:00 — #9
I quite like mitica's version.
system — 2012-06-20T03:17:45-04:00 — #10
germkiller — 2012-06-28T17:22:17-04:00 — #11
I think the logo imparts a serious look, maybe like a law or accounting firm. Not sure if that is what you are after?
writergraphics — 2012-06-29T02:28:12-04:00 — #12
I think itmitică has done a nice clean job with your logo. Open, easy to read, nicely incorporates your website address, and still incorporates the red.
xifos — 2012-06-29T04:02:15-04:00 — #13
I agree. I think it looks good but I would break the join at both points instead of just the bottom one. I personally love these types of logos. It's actually very similar to a few of my own (maybe that's why I like it so much!!!)
danielhopper — 2012-06-29T07:49:34-04:00 — #14
I think either K should be bit joined to W or there should be some spacing between W & P to make the similarity on both ends. But overall its kind of really creative one.
express44me — 2012-06-30T17:19:18-04:00 — #15
that dot kind of looks like a bullet hole
satkash — 2012-07-02T11:16:21-04:00 — #16
it is a professional logo. but it needs some changes. you may change the first letter color and the templates design cantians this color . go ahead.
runcoach — 2012-07-07T09:54:12-04:00 — #17
As someone who actually enjoys looking at business logos, I like yours. I think it makes a person want to look at it and think about it. I'm not sure I like the color, but I have to admit that it jumps out at the eyes!
I see that you've gotten very mixed opinions from here, but I wouldn't worry. ANY company logo can get criticism, even the most powerful businesses. Logos are like art, some people will like them, and others won't. You can't please everyone. Overall, I say, Good Work!
crumbles — 2012-07-14T16:54:22-04:00 — #18
I like it. I had to look at a bunch of logos a few months ago and hadn't thought much about them before. My retained impression is that the "best" - even if I didn't particularly like them - were the ones that I remembered seeing "before". That is, whether I remembered what they meant, what product/organization they were associated with, they looked familiar. Then PR and repetition I guess is how the viewer's brain finally imprints the product/company association with it.
If I see this logo again, I'll know I saw it before. Sorry that I probably won't remember when or where, but I'll know I saw it before.
I do think the color is a tad too bright. A bit brassy for a solid company. The design is great.
adamnagourney — 2012-07-26T07:26:51-04:00 — #19
Your logo is really excellent design.This logo is color and text format is differ from other logo.How can do this,can you share your idea.