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  • Cosmo
    Reply to Business Card Critique
    Cosmo
    I think there's way too much going on. If you are going to do the honeycomb thing with the photos, I'd almost be tempted to do it in black and white or monotone of a color. It's just too busy as it i...
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    I would lose the borders on each cell of the table. Maybe make them a tint of the green background. You could alternate tints to give them definition. Or give them just a slight border.
    Today, 08:40 PM
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    Business Card Critique
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    Hi all,

    I would love some critiques on my business card design for freelance work.

    Here is the front and back of it. The images are samples of my Photography work. I didn't put...
    Today, 08:24 PM
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    Hi everyone my name is Ralf Caetano and i'm studying multimedia... i'm ending my course but my internship isn't going really well... if you guys could help me out i'd apreciate it... besides making a...
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    Hi all.Im Sasa.Im new here.I love graphic design so im really glad that i found this awesome forum.
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    well i've hit that wall where i can't even think so any help would be great.
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  • #2
    hmmmm, I'm thinking palm frond, not piano. I like the colors. I like the fonts in #1 and #3. Think I like #3 best as it looks the least like a palm frond.
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    • #3
      agreed about the palm frond. Piano keys are always set up like this:



      notice how the black keys are set up - 2 together, then 3. I think that might make your logo more piano-y and less frond-y.

      I like the colors and style a lot though! And I like the font from #2 the best.
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      • #4
        Very cool! I like #3 the best...if you re-work the piano keys a bit I think you'll be on your way.

        Nice job on these...very simple and clean.
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        • #5
          yeah I didn't see the keys either.
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          • #6
            i like #5 the best, but without those lines going through "cabaret"... i also agree that they don't look like keys.
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            • #7
              I like #4 as well and maybe #3 with a different font, I see the keys clearly perhaps because right when i read piano i think keys.....perhaps you can define them more?

              Other than that I like the concept.

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              • #8
                #4 has my pick, the drop shadows offset makes it look a little blurry to me, I might pull it in a little bit tighter so there wasn't that white space between the font and the shadow. Looks sharp though.
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                • #9
                  thanks everyone. i'll play with the keys a bit & let you know what they choose. do you think this is to many to show? how many variations do you nomally show?
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                  • #10
                    usually 3.
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                    • #11
                      I agree with the rest...the keys could use a bit of a tweaking, but as far as fonts go, I dig #1 and #2. Great look and feel! Very classy.

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                      • #12


                        ok i doctored the keys up to look more key-y & i cut the choices to 4.

                        what cha think now?
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                        • #13
                          I like the way the keys and the words fit together in number 4. It's still kind of hard to see the thin grey lines on the keys, though.
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                          • #14
                            Nice job! Concept #2 makes me think piano now. I wonder if beefing up the black lines slightly more would have a bit more impact, but overall, nicely done.

                            The customer should be very happy with it when it's complete!
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                            • #15
                              I can see the keys now! Nice imporvement

                              I think that #2 works the best.
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