You dare to name the beautiful, clean and shiny Arial in one sentence with the dirty, evil Comic-Sans? That's...provoking...Sans-serif fonts remind me of lazy people using MS office's current default of Arial, and of comic-sans.
Font is OK, but it's not good as logo, to much "noise" there and not really a clean and easy to recognize logo at first sight. 2 lines should also be avoided at all costs.
I agree! otherwise it looks insignifiant unless there are something else like in this:All caps is very suitable for logos when there are few letters (less than 5, which is the case of the one in question).
I think we need serifs, especially for this logo. To match with the wavy Pyra logo.I find most important of all: NO SERIFS! Never ever ever use serifs in a "serious" company logo font. It just don't look good (onto the screen). It also remembers me onto the dark ages of Internet, where every Website had huge, ugly Headline fonts with ugly serifs everywhere. :wacko: (Yes, I even found the simple Google font not that great, at least they finaly made their logo "clean" recently.)
yeah! , yeah!Depends on the font.
Less talk, more pics.
you mean this:The above is incompatible with the Dragonbox font as it is used in the Dragonbox logo.
How is that compatible with the Pyra logo?
Does that mean that this font is aleady chosen? If it's the case... well I'm not going to see this on my Pyra and I'm not going to have money on Pyra sellings.
I have no clue of typography, but the y in the Philosopher font looks unbalanced to me (more so in the non regular styles). Also the kerning seems wrong.