Hi, this is my final design logo!
Feel free to answer these questions or give feedback:
- What do you like about my logo?
- Do you like the colour scheme? Why?
- What caught your eye when you first looked at this logo? Why?
- Do you think I used C.A.R.P effectively? Why?
- Do you think my logo is versatile? Why?
- What do you associate my logo to?
- Do you think that this logo represents me? How?
Anything else you liked about my logo? Please give feedback!
Why these 2 letters?
I chose these letters because they are my initials. G stands for my last name Gooris and Y stands for my first name Yasmine.
Why the colour blue?
Blue is the colour of the sky and sea. It is often associated with depth and stability. It symbolises trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, and truth. These are all valuable traits people must have. Blue is considered beneficial to the mind and body. When the human eye see the colour blue, it produces a calming effect.
Please give feedback!
After revising the feedback I got this is what I came up with:
Many people said that this logo represents me because of my initials and the the colour I chose. Some people also said that I could have used another tool instead of the paint brush to make my curves neater, and I totally agree with that. People also said that they think I could have incorporated something that represents my passion for art, such as a paint brush or colour palette, but personally I think that would have taken away the simplicity of my logo, although I understand why people thought that . There were also some people who thought my colour scheme was good, because it worked really well together, and yet created contrast, and I am happy that that was what people saw, because that was the effect that I was going for.
Some improvements I would make is using another tool to make the curves on my logo neater. I would have also made my logo logo a bit wider, because it looks kind of squashed at the moment. And apart from making it wider I would have also made it a little bit more squarish.