The goal of this logo is to attract customers of all ages for computer repairs.
I am favoring Bryant.
well. who knew. they all sorta work. now my least favorite is avenir. bryant does seem to work the best. aaux isn't as bad as i thought it would be, but it is too big and i think needs a little more letterspace.
I'm with Miss Tiffany on this one. Nice mark, by the way.
I think I may buy bryant. I will sleep on it.
By the way- is that the TBS font. Amazing how a font can look so much like VAG (which I hate) and look so cutting edge. Mmmmm.
Could you provide some background on the marketing about the company. Who is the audience? What does the company want to accomplish.
I have updated the logo on the first post with newly purchased Bryant font. I put an alternative using dots between the words.
I prefer the undotted one because the gaps created by them play havoc with your kerning, that said the rp and or seem a bit tight.
Very nice logo indeed. timd's point is well taken; nevertheless I prefer the first effort (the one with the pseudo dot notation) because it separates the three parts of the name, making the name as a whole easier to assimilate/understand/remember. After all, sad though it may be, most non-designers don't spend a lot of time gazing at a mark. Read quickly, even with the color alternation, the company name is a bit of a blur. So I would say that the dots serve to make the mark "stickier" for most people while also being a bit of a nod to any networking geeks who happen to be passing by.
Very nice mark/icon. The type, to me, is just sitting there. It seems like it needs a little extra something, without competing with the mark. What that is, I'm not sure.
You should take into consideration that a lot of people might expect the company's website to appear if they type "computer.pro.rescue" into their web browsers.