Feedback on a logo design i made

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This is my first time making this type of design on my own thoughts?
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Looks good!

Here is some feedback. Hope it helps!
  1. There is a glitch in the outline on the top left > make sure the edges you have are consistent, if there is a single broken part your eye will kind of 'catch' on it.
  2. The blue outline is inconsistent. Again, consistency is key. Try to make sure any outline is consistent in offset.
  3. The mist white is pure white. Pure white and pure black are generally a no-no. Even just a touch of colour will help with visual depth.
  4. The grey on the text has 0 saturation. Grey is fine, but adding a touch of colour will help the logo feel more cohesive.
  5. The blue colour is completely flat. Use gradients to 'turn' planes in a direction. It's an extremely subtle touch that will add visual complexity.
Bottom image is with a few tweaks.

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Looks good!

Here is some feedback. Hope it helps!
  1. There is a glitch in the outline on the top left > make sure the edges you have are consistent, if there is a single broken part your eye will kind of 'catch' on it.
  2. The blue outline is inconsistent. Again, consistency is key. Try to make sure any outline is consistent in offset.
  3. The mist white is pure white. Pure white and pure black are generally a no-no. Even just a touch of colour will help with visual depth.
  4. The grey on the text has 0 saturation. Grey is fine, but adding a touch of colour will help the logo feel more cohesive.
  5. The blue colour is completely flat. Use gradients to 'turn' planes in a direction. It's an extremely subtle touch that will add visual complexity.
Bottom image is with a few tweaks.

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thx for the helpfull feedback will keep in mind :)
 
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