Here it is, in its rather unfinished state. There will be 2 versions, the one you see here (with slight alterations) for the site, t-shirts, badges etc, and a second minus the blast effects and more solid for stationary, cards and other formal documents.
Nice! Out of interest...which software did you do it with?
I didn't do it. A friend of mine is a graphic designer (and a senior designer bod at a GD company) and he did it for us. He used Illustrator I think. Anyway, it is very nice, uses less colours and is quite striking I think.
I like it!
Sorry to be critical, but I prefer the existing logo.
To be honest, I think the original better suits a 'professional' image, if that is what we are trying to portray.
The new design is a nice logo, but I'm not convinced it suits a professionally-oriented site.
mmm a bit comic book, but is that good or bad. I think its just going to take some getting used to
I think you should have the title written purely in Binary.
Whilst the new design is good, I agree with crc-cit.
I too like the current, has a clean feel to it. However, it isn't very noticable compared to the new one (I like that too, just for different reason )
Please note that we also have the 'formal' version on its way. If the formal version looks more suited to the home page then we may go with that and retain this one for t-shirts etc. Whilst the current logo does indeed look clean it has the problem of being almost invisible when put on business cards and does not look particularly good on headed paper. It also has the drawback of being rather long.Originally Posted by crc-ict
What's wrong with the current logo?
Looks better, and, IMHO, a bit more professional than the one above
/me Grab's Coat
I agree with Dos_Box: we need something simple for the things and reasons he suggested; easily noticable with only several colours in the palette.
Have to say I never really liked the horns on the original logo and although I like the new logo, I still don't like the horns. I don't see what the whole 'devil' thing has got to do with education/ict. I agree that a professional look is sensible. I also don't like the reversed 'e'. I cringe every time I see things like that. Maybe it reminds me of ABBA!
I like it but I will hold judgement until the formal one comes along, I do like the on above but if you are going to put it onto business cards and letterheads then I think its abit on the comic book/amateur/not serious side and that could go against the whloe ethos of the site and what it stands for.
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