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MSFX Volunteer moderator says

I like the first one but listen to DS, wise words :)

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TanyDi says

I like the first logo but I think that if the first word has blue fading color the second word must have it too.

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styleWish says

I prefer the first one. It’s more sophisticated than the second one. And there are to much effects on the second one. The brain needs some little tweaking I think.

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gbs says

hmmm.. I would take into account scale-ability, both are too detailed to look good smaller. It’s just not gonna look crisp. So I would lose the texturing, gradients, reflections, also definitely the lens flair – very 1998. Also your logo looks good on black, but what about white ? Considering most websites are light, not dark. I would suggest creating something that is more simple but versatile. Don’t focus on the smaller details, effects… focus on the idea, concept first so it’s solid, and then spice it up. Less is more.

+1 for this advice. Good luck :)

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3alisha says

I’ll tell you only two things

1) Simplify

2) Less effects (Better if you don use them at all)

...And, i like neither of the two, sorry.

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DoubleX says

I like the first one but don’t like its reflection :)

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Alisiya says

I’ll tell you only two things

1) Simplify

2) Less effects (Better if you don use them at all)

...And, i like neither of the two, sorry.

I agree completely!

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Rewroc says

hmmm.. I would take into account scale-ability, both are too detailed to look good smaller. It’s just not gonna look crisp. So I would lose the texturing, gradients, reflections, also definitely the lens flair – very 1998. Also your logo looks good on black, but what about white ? Considering most websites are light, not dark. I would suggest creating something that is more simple but versatile. Don’t focus on the smaller details, effects… focus on the idea, concept first so it’s solid, and then spice it up. Less is more.

+1 to this!

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asifnm7 says

The text on the first is good, but for the sake of viewing the brain on all media (small logo on phones, small printed logo etc), simplify it; a nice clean vector would look much better, too much detail at the moment.

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Sleightofhand says

First one mate

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