My own logo.
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The name is hard to read, especially "design".
This symbol looks good, but the "Creatrix" from version 2 looks better.
At very least the white space between the X and the red things on either side of it are a BIT more evenly spaced (still not perfect) - but the CREA seems to be an altogether different red color than everything else, the DESIGN is kerned too closely together and once again- I just don't understand why it needs to look like this. It's so confusing and unnecessarily so!
Sorry to be such a bi-otch about it, but I think you should strongly consider going back to the drawing board!
I don't especially like any of your designs.
Isn't it oxymoronic to call yourself 'creat[ive]' with a logo like that? That's all been done before.
As a general rule, graphic designers don't go in for the whole 'X' power and sci-fi font thing - that's reserved for specialist drain treatments etc.
There's something 'go away' or 'eff off' in logo characterised by an enormous X.
Your logo is too machismo, too 'specialist drain treatment' and too 'no entry'.
Don't pursue this idea any further. Please.
I've never heard the rule that you can't have an X in your logo but then I've only been designing for 40 years so I haven't learned everything.
Let's try some constructive criticism here, I'm guessing you are new to this so as a designer you want to be straight forward and clear in your identity to give your potential clients what kind of designer you are.
The name CREATRIX has a dominate sound to it so in my opinion it shouldn't be overpowered by the image in your logo. Try simplifying a bit and tossing out anything that looks unnecessary to your eyes.
Here is my interpretation of the critique, but if this logo represents you, it has to look right to you:
Sorry, I really meant that graphic designers (who need to attract clients in a comparatively personal way) don't frequently use massive great Xs in their own logos.
Aftermarket car part shops, yes. Computer cooling system manufacturers, also yes.
Someone who's supposed to be a touchy-feely creative type? No.
Point taken, but what if they are a powerful high impact design type, hoping to attract bike shops, sports manufacturers, intense video game creators, energy drink distributors and other general x-games types?
It's all about your design style and what market you are going after, not all creatives are touchy-feely tea sipping mouse-cakes.
Unfortunately we don't have enough information about the client to critique along those lines. Which is why I mentioned the logo has to feel right to the designer if it is to represent them.
reorganize choose another font (rounder, extended massive) and make "design" smaller and grey, take another style for the x, integrate it somehow in the word. Fred gave you a good to go suggestion, use it wisely. Even if the guys above were somehow harsher they are right, look at the full part of the glass, the showed you what's wrong.
Sorry creatrixown I personally do not like the logo, specially because graphic design is all about transmitting emotions, ideas and linking the owner and its clients using graphics. Also, I call a logotype "a graphical inspiration needed to achieve your project goals." You have to see it everyday and be inspired by it in whatever activity you use it for. I truly, not as a offense but as construction, do not find any inspirational elements in your design and I am a graphic designer. But if you do find it inspiring and it links you with your clients, its great.