The logo is for a company, which deals with the design / development of mobile applications for smartphones. Every single app made by the company App Arts is a masterwork.
Credits: Melinda Albert
It has potential, but it took me too long to see what it was, an iPhone on an easel. It looks like a tram or something. Maybe more dynamic lines would help.
Looks like a grill, and the code-y type treatment looks more novice than intentional.
The concept is good, but the icon isn’t immediately recognizable. Also, the small type is so thin that it’ll disappear if it gets any smaller (it’s barely legible now). It seems as if the elements of many of the logos we see here are too far apart. Is this a new design technique? They shouldn’t be crammed together, but I miss the integrity of a smaller space separating them.
I saw the mobile device right away, which is very clever, but am I the only bothered that it’s off center and the horizontal line on the right is longer than on the left?
simple + brilliant. That’s all I can say ^_^
@Nishidake – I also wondered about it. But I think this is what makes this logo unique. There’s a hidden meaning behind those uneven length of lines.
I really like it. It’s a great idea pretty well executed. The lines arguably could be tweaked to communicate the concept better, but I knew what it was straight away so it’s still a great effort.
I agree with the poster above, I first saw a tram or trolley. The idea of an easel is lost for me because the third leg is missing, so it seems two dimensional.
If the design were at an angle, if some perspective was used, it might be more easily recognizable.
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