Prototypes, domains, and logos

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  1. If you’re looking for feedback, I prefer the normal logos over the bold ones, as they’re much easier to read. I’d also do a bit of manual kerning, to get the “c” and the “l” a smidgen further apart, so they don’t look like “doud.tv” and “doudskipper”

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