doesn't appeal to me, don't know quite why yet.
I think you could go for an asymmetrical balance, but you're not there yet.
I'm not sold on the star.
3 fonts is a little busy, or like 3 different designs. If you plan on doing this tie them together some how.
I see coca cola when I see "Color"
You shouldn't need to explain a logo. It's nicely put together but on the design itself there are too many fonts. I know you can do way better than this. It's not ugly but it isn't inspiring. You have a cool name now let's see a cool logo. Think of a concept instead of putting some cool text together. Brainstorm, brainstorm, brainstorm. You can do better!!!!
I agree with Kieth you should not have to explain a logo. It should either explain itself or create intrigue. The colors are good, they will always work well together and not get outdated. Oh, my office uses those colors, plus gray, but that would be too much in a logo and card. Congrats on choosing a name.
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