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Suggestion for font / color / size selection

Posted on 2004-10-11
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Hi:

I need your suggestion for font name, color, size for the following logo :
Please suggest for both the domain name font and for the slogan too.

http://www.matrixmaze.com/temp/asialogo.jpg

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Question by:Sohel Rana
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Papyrus might be ok. Black. Or just a bold Helvetica. Why not right? The smaller type definitely needs to be san-serif.
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Hi rsdn

Domain Name:
color: #333333 (little lighter than black)
Size: Perfect
Font: I would recommend some kind of unique/ uncommon fonts like Proletarian, so some other. Since it an image, you should use the opportunity to use an uncommon font to make your logo unique. So when people only see the font, they know that it "Asian Classified". I think it important to let people remember the design with something different.

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Slogan:
color: I would go for something orange like #ff9900
Size: Maybe 1pt or 2 pt larger to make it more readable.
Font: The font for the slogan, I would recommend something more simpler and solid like arial, century gothic and the like, as you wouldn't want to over emphasise your brand or the domain name "Asian Classified".

Hope you find it valueable... :)
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by:Sohel Rana
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Thanks weed & minichicken, for your valuable opinion. ^**^

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by:Sohel Rana
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Hi:

I need both of your suggestion again if you are free. Please visit the following url :

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Graphics/Q_21164939.html

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