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    Reply to New to GDF so I am not sure where this would go?
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    I agree with KemingMatters. Maybe you could just head on over the Behance.com, look through the portfolios, find some freelancers with the styles you like, then contact them.
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    Reply to Different Title and byline sizes.
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    I'm assuming that you're referring to the size of headlines that might span multiple columns, right?

    If so, common sense might seem to be the rule. I mean, you're not going to squeeze a 60-point...
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    Reply to Band Logo, Personal Project, Clouded Eyes - Help!
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    I'd normally be inclined to do the same. In this case, though, the name is so visually specific that failing to pick up on the visual cues would risk a disconnect.

    Similarly, a restaurant...
    Today, 04:59 PM
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    Reply to Different Title and byline sizes.
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    I would say so, what works well spanning five columns isn't going to work well spanning one.
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    Comment on Logo for coaching business
    kemingMatters
    The colour choice and softness of the shapes makes it seem like it's geared only to women. When combined with the name it almost has a pharmaceutical vibe to it.

    ironically, the colour choices...
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    hi there!
    That's happy to know this forum from a faraway country: Vietnam. Hope to learn alot from all you. Thanks you!
    This is my first work. Please comment!
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    http://www.graphicdesignforum.com/fo...ead.php?t=8483 <= waiting for you!

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    Its a good look, but your going to run into trouble on the envlope. Your Address cannot go into the right hand area, since this is where stamps and postmark information go
    for this to work as a mailer you'd need to place the return address on the left side, where the logo is, you could prolly get away with left align and placing it to the right of the green line.

    otherwise its a great look....also watch the bleeds on an envelope, I dont thing you can bleed off all edges
    Tapp-d
    "I has puter, I isam dsgna?!"

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      Thanks a lot for the comment! I'll try edit and post to the company. Thanks again!
      http://www.graphicdesignforum.com/fo...ead.php?t=8483 <= waiting for you!

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      • #4
        Dro is right, check http://usps.gov for postal standards. Very nice design, thought! I dig the logo, but I think the "America's Best Tours" can be improved with a new font, and tweaking the placement. Welcome to the forum!

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        • #5
          A main corporate logo should always have clear space around it , so I'd maybe move the smaller logos away from the main logo. nice work though

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          • #6
            jamo is right, sorry I missed that part
            Tapp-d
            "I has puter, I isam dsgna?!"

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            • #7
              Thank you so much for all comments!
              http://www.graphicdesignforum.com/fo...ead.php?t=8483 <= waiting for you!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DeleteYourself
                Dro is right, check http://usps.gov for postal standards.
                Maybe postal standards are different in Vietnam?

                Rob.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by RWakefield
                  Maybe postal standards are different in Vietnam?

                  Rob.
                  all above used in the U.S, friend!
                  http://www.graphicdesignforum.com/fo...ead.php?t=8483 <= waiting for you!

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