Invitation to Help Me Choose a Logo

by Miki Kashtan

After several years of blogging quite regularly, I am getting ready to upgrade myself to a new platform on WordPress, and to do a variety of things (publish two books, create some learning products, etc) all of which could benefit from having a logo.

Amazingly enough, I have been gifted with the voluntary contribution of a graphic designer and NVC person from India. I love her art (she is also doing illustrations for another project of mine) and her heart, both.

Several sets of eyes have looked and looked at these possible logos, and we have narrowed it down to three options. I would like to get all your support in choosing. Please take a moment to look and decide, and let me know here which one you like . You also have the option of letting me know you like them all equally or none.

Here are the three options below:

Click here to give me the feedback. There’s also room for you to leave comments at the bottom.

I plan to keep this open for a few days, closing end of day Monday the 19th.

Thank you for participating in my movement forward in this way.

Miki

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8 thoughts on “Invitation to Help Me Choose a Logo

  1. spoko

    I like different aspects of each.

    In the first, I like the font for "Heart" and what Sherri described as the "heartbeat" in the middle. The gray color is less attractive than the colors in the other two, though.

    In the second, I initially resisted the stark contrast between the two colors, but after sitting with it for a moment, I think it's actually

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    1. Eva Musby

      They're all good to me.
      To me, they all convey elegance.
      But as you need to make a decision…

      Like Ilona, I see you as more bold, and fearless. I also see so much elegance and clarity on what you say, and the curly F does that OK for me

      I favour the font for 'Heart' in the top one, because it's more elegant and in keeping with the curvy F (as

  2. Sam Diener

    Hello Miki,

    I'm no graphic designer. When I see an initial letter that is a different color and style than the rest of the word, I tend to read the word without the letter (in addition to reading the word with the initial letter). "Fearless earless heart?" Hmmm.

    And when the initial letter is the same color as the second word, I think, maybe I'm supposed

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  3. Ilona

    I'm with Sam….the differently styled and colored "f" throws me off. And I have done some graphic design, so I'd add that it is far too flowy for your fierce writing. Indeed, the logos overall are neither as bold nor compelling as your thinking and writing, so there is an immediate disconnect. When branding, the logo needs to stand alone visually AND be consistent with the

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  4. lisa rothman

    I read "earless" too–which is not the message you want to send about listening. I really like the fonts of the first one. Maybe just don't get fancy with the colors. Or have one color as a background and another for the letters. What fun!

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