Can you elaborate please?
I'm always interested in knowing what makes people 'tick'.
Here's a variation with a different (rounder) shape and different color for the W. I don't like it as much, it's just that it's still a bit fun.
Logos they’re time consuming, but fun nonetheless. I commented on colouring of option1 logo in latest poll for two reasons.
1. I believe it’s something the majority of people overlook when dabbling in theme or logo design. It’s every bit as important as the layout itself and has the potential of either encapsulating the whole presentation giving it a CRISP overall look or conversely, to provide ones work with an air of blandness with no appeal @ all.
2. The chosen colours are FLAT first and foremost; they’re bold but not overstated and actually compliment your themes appearance in more ways you could imagine.
The simple white backdrop in my view emphasises the plain or FLAT colours of the image more so than your latest logos, providing the one I have chosen with more presence which is what should be happening. The use of filters is `noise’ and can be done without.
The logo I have selected would work on dark backgrounds as in lower left footer area and equally as well on lighter shades throughout the theme particularly @ the top as a main image. It’s neutral, it’s SIMPLE and as pointed out can be used anywhere even as a background to your favicon BUT without rounded corners. They’re not needed. There seems to be a tendency toward complicating the other examples through use of filters. Keeping it simple through use of plain colouring is subtle but very effective. It also lends itself to reproduction should you require business cards T shirts, whatever - images would be produced with greater clarity than logos with shades of varying degrees.
Nao How about you install option 1 in all three places favicon,header and footer and see the result? - Not bad eh, ditch the rounded corners in favicon though. Plain colours on white right!
As for the newest creation I’m not a fan of it tbh. Just not fond of the styling or the W the way it is although it is more synonymous of the wedge brand than the one we’re discussing. Maybe truncated W is the answer? Viz... \|/ Wedge...Simple remember!
The issue I had with my preferred logo was that the two wedge type images above the text didn’t really capitalize enough on the Wedge name. It somehow got lost in the translation but if you were searching for a more abstract feel that s entirely your prerogative. Maybe I’m wrong and abstract was the way to go?