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Okay I am taking a Networking class in school and we have this huge project of developing a network from start to finish for a "fake" company. Anyways, we have to come up with a name and a logo for our team. One of our members suggested GBMK Solutions which is the first letter of all our names...BORING, at least I thought. So I told them I would go make a name and a logo and they agreed that would be good to go with. Here is what I came up with.

It's pretty simple and I just came up with the name in class today. It's kind of generic but I think it gets the job done.

C&C please!

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Generic? Yes. (But generic is good)

Would adding INCORPORATED help? Yes. (But leaving it as it is works too)

Is it better than the logo I created in school? Very much so. (Verrry much so)

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Well I did increase the size of the font for "Net" on the right side so that could be a reason it seems heavy on that side.

So should I equal the size of all the letters or is it okay? Tempest I know you have a good bit of experience in this design field...so would it be okay to leave as is or do you think a change is necessary?

Also, what about the secondary? Is it pointless?

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Test out a few things. I would try this idea: Type "Net" in all uppercase letters, but make them a smaller size so they are roughly the same size as the lowercase "i." Try it with all lowercase letters. Try it in different typefaces. I like the idea behind the secondary. It would work great if you had a series of slogans based around the the "iN" idea, like:

"iNET, keeping you iNterconnected, iNterwoven, and iNtertwined."

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Test out a few things. I would try this idea: Type "Net" in all uppercase letters, but make them a smaller size so they are roughly the same size as the lowercase "i." Try it with all lowercase letters. Try it in different typefaces. I like the idea behind the secondary. It would work great if you had a series of slogans based around the the "iN" idea, like:

"iNET, keeping you iNterconnected, iNterwoven, and iNtertwined."

Actually I had already thought of a few slogans that spurred the moment I saw the "iN".

"iNet. Are you iN or out?" was one of them. Yours also works very well in using it. I might work with that in a few if you don't mind.

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Test out a few things. I would try this idea: Type "Net" in all uppercase letters, but make them a smaller size so they are roughly the same size as the lowercase "i." Try it with all lowercase letters. Try it in different typefaces. I like the idea behind the secondary. It would work great if you had a series of slogans based around the the "iN" idea, like:

"iNET, keeping you iNterconnected, iNterwoven, and iNtertwined."

Actually I had already thought of a few slogans that spurred the moment I saw the "iN".

"iNet. Are you iN or out?" was one of them. Yours also works very well in using it. I might work with that in a few if you don't mind.

I don't know if that will work. Sounds too much like Verizon.

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Yeah I figured that with such a generic name there would be plenty of companies out there with a similiar name or exact name even. Oh well, it's just for class.

And I also can see the Verizon aspects of this...which wasn't on purpose- they just got to the idea first. :cursing:

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