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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by nobagger, Jan 13, 2006.
Here are some more ideas....
I kind of like the idea of the first one, but some how make it come together better
i like #7 here. the other looks corny, like something out of a discount ad.
#7 is something my wife just made up goofing around. I just bought this logo program, its got thousands of different pictures and fonts etc. for $50.00
#7 would be good for plowing
They all (in this post and the other) seem too....scattered. They're confusing to the eye.
Make it simple and compact, but not compact in the manner that its confusing. The customer needs to look at it and instantly know your name and remember it. The ones you posted made me look all around and have to piece together what the name of the company is because of other shapes and colors are all cluttered around it. Just my opinion.
I agree Kurt. They are just too scattered
Take no. 7 and throw the sun and snow in boxes, and add a leaf in a box. And then lose the olympic rings.
Put the 3 boxes on top of the wording next to each other.
Heres my logo. Simple little design to catch your eye, the name is big right next to it and then what we do is underneith. Simple is key since they (in most cases while on your truck) only have a couple of seconds to remember it.