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Anything wrong with splitting the words of a domain in a logo design?

Discussion in 'Graphics & Multimedia' started by pipes, Jan 26, 2012.

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    I have a two word domain 4 letters for each word (8 total letters) i wont be designing it but the idea that i have for the logo might mean splitting the domain words, so "word" on top and "word" underneath it.

    Do you see anything wrong with doing this or should i keep the two words together on one line?
     
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    pipes, Jan 26, 2012 IP
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    Like this?
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    I've got no problem with it. But you're not targeting me. ... well probably not anyway :)
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    It depends on who your target audience is, and how/where they're going to see the logo. And it depends on what you need the logo to do... is it to attract people to your site/service, or is it just something to put at the top of your site that nobody will really even look at?
    I think too much time is spent agonizing about logos. Most logos for good sites/brands are crap, and most good logos are for sites/brands that are crap.
     
    Kerosene, Jan 28, 2012 IP
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    wherever i think there should be no problem with going the two words together on one line...
     
    Buxom_Bold, Jan 28, 2012 IP
  4. pipes

    pipes Prominent Member

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    I ended up going with the two words on one line, i thought that they wouldn't fit but they did, its not a logo to attract people and is mainly a small, top of the page logo, i agree that too much time can be spent on logos and other things that can be changed later on if a site takes off, recently i have been making decisions a bit quicker, i used to obsess over tiny details, i guess that is evident still with this thread but yeah trying to get things up and working with a view to tweaking and improving later on.
     
    pipes, Jan 28, 2012 IP
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    With smaller words, try and stick to one line like you did.
     
    skulpt, Jan 29, 2012 IP
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    really depends on how you design it, when designed post it and give us a look
     
    Madax, Feb 4, 2012 IP
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    Oneline is preferred.
    If the Logo design demands some artistic breakup of the words which in return reflect the right meaning of the logo can be separated into 2 words.
     
    vennh, Feb 9, 2012 IP
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    It really doesn't matter. I've designed a ton of logos for my clients with a split name, and I've never heard any concerns about it.
     
    Norebbo, Feb 18, 2012 IP
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