Pay attention in details, or you can expect lazy or no feedback: “SYSYTEM”
Your logo is flat and way simple, this is a M with a crown, reviewers are currently looking by more complex and prime items. Go to Graphic River and check recent logo approvals:
Sorry for making spelling mistake. This logo is for real estate who provides luxury offices, there is a suite and a crown in bold ‘M’.
Still too simple and disconnected from typography.
hi this is hard to deal with all the logos at the same time and i would rather recommend posting one by one in separated posts indeed. Anyway, there is a lot of common features to underline to let u know what is wrong with this and what is the focus that u should have to bring something more interesting to the table indeed. These logos, not matter what are globally definitely lacking concept , putting a crown on top of a m is not a concept , this does not necessarily makes sense by the way unless u come up with a coherent global presentation , in other words have something coherent graphically , and appropriate name and something making sense color wise, too. there is a whole lot of disconnection between the m, its color and the crown, the black text and everything , in short , this looks like that u have been pasting elements right next to each other and call this a logo rather than composing one so to speak … u need to generate sense and harmony , the thing must look like being a part of a whole , not a collection of elements put to on two together if u wish. I addition, let’s face it , for a buyer to buy they need mainly one or two ingredients that they can feel like saving some time ouf to buying or that they feel like there is a possibility for them to offer something that goes beyond their personal designs skills that they can offer out of buying rather than doing by themselves … here none is possible … this is too flat and redoing the thing does not take real graphic design skills or app expertise … and why would a reviewer accept such an item , seen as having very little potential? besides, the double m does not make sense if the name is “sysystem” if u know what i mean, not to mention that doubling things like this just contributes to lower the commercial potential of the item since only companies and so on having a double m may feel interested in the item … this is a really bad idea to have too close - and thus not contrasting enough - colors unless u play with shades of colors since this is offering no contrast so , in the meanwhile , less impact and close to no punch in the end … the misspelling makes the item look unprofessional and impact negatively the feeling that people have about your work and item. Globally the typo is also far from impressive , especially for here where standards are pretty high about it … typo is in all case at least rather disconnected from the illustration parts , if not really completely like what happens with the “sendoxx” logo. The last “mellow” logo is far better than the rest but keeps lacking originality and having a global guideline and the imbrication between text and illustration parts is not done properly at the stage, but this is easy to fix …