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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by milsaps118, Jan 13, 2018.
Would like some feedback on a logo design.
Design 1, 2 or neither. Thanks!!
Sorry, had to vote #3.
***I'm no logo expert***
It's a bit confusing, with the writing style of "total erosion and clearing", not sure what the green "I" that had to do with anything and I;m not really a fan of that color scheme.
Agree with grassmonkey. The green "i" element makes no sense and seems to exist just to exist.
The orange triangle and TEC are perfectly fine. I would, however, de-cutesy the the second line and make it so that it's readable at a glance. The font just doesn't work with the ultramodern TEC.
I am your target customer. I am 58 years old. Disposable income. My eyesight started failing at 40 and gets a little worse each year. When I look at your logo, I like the design, but I can’t tell what you do. Make is easy to read for an old guy that sees your truck in traffic.
Change the font. Century Gothic, sans-serif are easy to read fonts. Not sure if that's the type of message you want to covey
Thanks for your input! The reason behind the "i" is Our parent company is called TEI and TEC is going to be a division of TEI. We wanted to incorporate that into the TEC logo.
If you have an established biz, why not use the same logo with “TEI”-“division of TEC” incorporated in it. I think people would be able to relate to it better. Currently it is a tad confusing.
I get what you're saying, and we will have that on our print, marketing & web material. This logo would be used for vehicles/equipment. To put all that on trucks wouldn't look right. Just want a clean simple modern logo - something low key but same color scheme and familiarity between both logo's to associate the two.
I see it on service trucks around here all the time. I’ts never made me think anyless of that company.
Yeah, a logo shouldn't need an explanation about why it is what it is.
You should see it and know. I saw the TEC and thought a Tech company.....wouldn't think it was lawn, landscape...or erosion control.