Off Topic and ‘Over the Fence’ Banter

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Gradients in logo design

In order for us to discuss gradients in logo design, I want you to remove the idea of single-shade gradients out of your brain before continuing. Consider bright hues that mix together to create a soothing, safe, yet varied atmosphere when employing gradients in your designs this year.
Moreover, how about incorporating a 3-D pattern into your gradient logo to further enhance its impact? Make your gradient stand out by including shadows and highlights in the design. You don't need a logo design with a zillion colors; instead, choose two that represent you and your company and combine them to produce the right look for your new website, t-shirt, or bucket hat design. If this style is appropriate for your requirements, enjoy yourself! Bring out your inner rainbow while you're creating your next logo design.

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