New ReveNews logo (and a new font, maybe)

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New ReveNews unlogo

The images above are not the new ReveNews logo. The new logo will look like this:


The ReveNews guys ran a two day contest at Sitepoint to have the new logo designed offering the winning designer $250 for the design. Rocking up a couple of hours before the deadline I thought I’d give it a quick shot and, pharmacist well didn’t really think they would go for my typographic self indulgence but then again I was mostly doing it for fun, more about and fun it was. I might try and find some time to turn this into a full font – thinking of trying to make it a purely mono space font – if only a can find a workable app to do the font hinting in.

All things (on offer) considered they made a pretty good choice me thinks, pharm though the sour grapes in the corner of my mind would like to point out that this is not really a new logo as much as a revamped treatment of the existing logo – but pedantics set aside there isn’t much I can find wrong with it so all the best to the ReveNews gang and am looking forward to exploring the new incarnation of ReveNews.

(logo used to be: old_revenews_logo.jpg)

(still think my tag-line is an improvement :)

One thought on “New ReveNews logo (and a new font, maybe)

  1. Funny how a business’s will not look at re-create a logo but rather revamp their current one. I think it’s fair to say that there should be a brand consistency. The “new” logo in my opinion is poorly designed not even a hint of trying to make it iconic (but still keeping the brand consistency in mind) , keep in mind that it was done in 2007 and I’m posting this in 2010. Perhaps I should design them something more ‘up to date’.

    PS. I’m keeping well & hopping you’re well too!

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