Do you like my Office 2013 logo design?


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I general think the Office 2015 logo is too flat

Missing the point..

I like them though. They're a good merge or the existing icons and adding some depth.

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Missing the point..

I like them though. They're a good merge or the existing icons and adding some depth.

Was not talking about the Metro but the desktop itself. I truly believe that the desktop does not need to go into Metro looking.

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I'm going to make an update to Microsoft new logo. Improve on it.

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Was not talking about the Metro but the desktop itself. I truly believe that the desktop does not need to go into Metro looking.

Office 2013 has metro DNA in it though. Metro style is not limited to metro apps. Your logos look good, nice work.

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They do look very nice. Your mock-up is leading me to seriously think hard about whether the lack of gradients, shadows etc. in most "Metro" products is really a good approach or not.

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WELL DONE WITH THE OFFICE LOGO although I don't like the individual icons. I find Metro style far too ugly but that Office logo with gradients looks simply superb. Because it's not Metro-style. Can I steal it for my avatar? :p

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WELL DONE WITH THE OFFICE LOGO although I don't like the individual icons. I find Metro style far too ugly but that Office logo with gradients looks simply superb. Because it's not Metro-style. Can I steal it for my avatar? :p

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Well I meant your improvements to the app icons also is certainly better but fundamentally I don't like MS's Metro style. Back to the dark ages before High Color was introduced with Windows 95. And then they call it "Modern" :p

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I did some fixes to the icons and who you like it better now. It's in a high res too.

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