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31 Responses to Forget Boredom – BBBL Logo Redesign: Your Opinion Please!

  1. #1, definitely. Colors are extremely well chosen, with the exception, perhaps, of Life. Instead of grey, I’d go with something zestier (is that a word? :), perhaps orange.

    • G’day Delia!
      Thank you for reading and commenting! Great to have another designer’s opinion.
      I must admit I thought I would stick with the green and grey of the original design but wanted to add another colour. Changing the grey hadn’t crossed my mind. I felt that only having two colours in the logo was a bit limiting when it came to highlighting elements of the website and other branding.
      Do stop by again!
      Cheers, Caylie

    • Hi Kimberly,
      Thank you for commenting. I LOVE Kim’s work.
      Maybe she could redo your logos? It’s the same as when I see awesome social button designs. The “I so want to do something like that” moment.
      Cheers, Caylie

  2. I can’t believe how much time I spent on this! It matters so much. But #1 keeps jumping off the page for me followed by #6. Something about the font, font size, single font style, positioning of the phrases and the leaves and bud all implying growth.

    • Hi Chrisint,
      Thank you so much for visiting and sharing your thoughts. I hope it hasn’t kept you from anything urgent ;o)
      I have a couple of preferences as well but I’m going to keep them to myself until I get everyone’s feedback.
      I’m loving this ‘new creation’ feeling and just so grateful Kimberly works miracles understanding what I’m trying to create.
      Cheers, Caylie

    • Typo in my own name -you’d think after all this time I’d get it right! I commented about the time invested because it was fascinating to look at the choices and consider the effects each could have – not a problem of lost time – just fun.

      • LOL Christine. I would be just the person to do that too. When trying to type quickly I always get the ‘i’ and ‘e’ around the wrong way ;o)

  3. #4 for me.
    I like the big B and I like that the different fonts are somehow symbolic — a “neat” business, a “flowery” life.

    • Hi Eleni,
      Congrats on picking one logo straight away ;o)
      A lot of my readers I’ve talked to have really struggled to pick a favourite.
      I appreciate your thoughts and hope you will pop by again soon.
      Cheers, Caylie

    • Hi Mimi,
      Thank you so much for visiting my blog and sharing your thoughts. Isn’t WC Blogathon awesome for connecting and sharing ideas.
      #1 and #6 are getting the most votes so far.
      Heading over to your blog now.
      Cheers, Caylie

  4. I’m not an expert, but #4 speaks to me. I like the big B, it’s eye-catching. And the mixed fonts focus on the words equally. But none of these are offensive or bad choices.

    Good luck (glad to have found you through Blogathon!).

    • Hi Tia,
      Thank you for reading and welcome to BBBL.
      I’m no expert either. My focus is what my readers like and respond to. You’re absolutely right in saying there are no bad choices. That’s what is making the decision so tough. What a brilliant challenge to have ;o)
      Hope you blast through Blogathon!
      Cheers, Caylie

  5. 1, 4 and 8 ๐Ÿ™‚
    1 & 4 appeals with the big B, 1 more so beacuse it is right justified however 4 mixes the fonts. 8 is the nicest out of the scroll versions. If i had my call i’d love to see 4 with a right justification!!!!!

    • Hi Tammy,
      Thanks for your insights. I love that you’ve provided an alternative option.
      Be sure to stop by again.
      Cheers, Caylie

    • Hi Sue,
      Lovely to have you here on the blog!
      It seems that font is popular. I’m glad you think the designs are fresh. That is one of the elements I was aiming for.
      Thanks for your feedback.
      Cheers, Caylie

  6. I like #2 The big B and then the heaviness of the rest of the letters is easy to read.
    This is so much easier to have an opinion in someone else’s design. I can’t make a decision on my own. ๐Ÿ˜Ž

    • Hi Shawn,
      Thanks for explaining the reasons behind your choice.
      I totally understand what you mean about ‘someone else’s design.’ I’ve changed the direction I’ve chosen a couple of times.
      Cheers, Caylie

  7. Hi Caylie,

    #s 4 and 8 stood out to me. To me #8 suggests if I focus on my business I can have a better life with more fun ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Hi Yvonne,
      Thanks for reading and commenting!
      It’s seems having the two different fonts is popular. I wondered if it was too busy but it seems most like the differentiation.
      Be sure to stop by again ;o)
      Cheers, Caylie

  8. Number 6 appeals most. For me, it ‘jumps’ off the page better than others. I like the colour combination too. Happy choosing.

    • Hi Ruth,
      Thank you for your well wishes.
      Glad you like the colour combination. Originally I suggested a purplish colour to Kimberly which looked nice too but it seems the blue is here to stay :o)
      Lovely to have you stop by.
      Caylie

  9. I’m a day late but I like #4 as well. It’s clean but the fonts do a nice job of separating business from life which I really like. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Hi Melissa,
      Great to have your opinion.
      I had decided to allow a few days so as my readers as possible would have the chance to respond.
      Thanks for visiting and commenting so regularly.
      Cheers, Caylie

    • Hi Dianne,
      I really appreciate you visiting and commenting on my blog.
      What was it about number six that made you choose it?
      Thanks again,
      Caylie

    • Hi Laura,
      Thanks for stopping by and voting!
      I’m really looking forward to the Author Blog Challenge next month. Can’t wait to see what you have in store for us.
      Cheers,
      Caylie

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