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visual advocacy : the man class : user feedback

visual advocacy : the man class : user feedback
October 18, 2014 nick howland

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After taking our designs out into the wild on a few different occasions to local shopping areas and into the Troost area, it was fairly unanimous which designs attracted people; the majority of the people chose the fish poster as well as the yellow and black design as the circle lock-up for the logo. People like the vibrancy of the black and yellow poster design, but they seemed to genuinely get excited with fish poster design.

Moving forward, we are are going to take the vibrancy of the black and yellow poster and transfer some of that energy into the fish poster. We are also going to take some of the hand-generated type within the fish poster and apply it to the circle lock-up of the logo as well as refine it  bit more.

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