The customer had asked for a cool and funky looking logo. The idea came from the company name 'Mr Car Valet' - this gave the designer the idea of having a person/face to represent the company. We tied this idea in with a soap bubble theme, creating a cartoon style logo and used a funky bubble style fonts with soap bubbles as a background. The colour Blue was used to represent water and the cleaning aspect of the company. The customer also asked for the wording 'North East' to be included in the logo, as the logo was already very busy we decided to add a small car icon in the bottom right area, this also helped to fill in the empty space and tied the logo together nicely.
The customer asked for a fun and bright logo. To create this the designer used a mix of fonts, a brush stroke style for the name 'Basher’s' and a chunky bold font with a thick drop shadow effect for the word 'Chippy'.
The colours Web.com used for the logo were to represent the colour of a chip (Yellow) and a bright Red to represent! The designer felt these colours helped give the logo the bright and bold look the customer was looking for. For the 'Grill' wording of the logo Web.com went for a stenciled look to give the effect of the font being grilled, Web.com felt the three contrasting fonts and colours worked well together with the arranging of the wording staggered above each other.
For the design of this logo the client wanted a simple but yet effective design. They really liked the idea of the frame with a sandwich inside. Once the Web.com designed the frame the designer thought it was a bit plain so added some text decorations, to add a bit of class. We then added the text which was a basic Sans-Serif font. The logo fit the design of the site perfectly as Square Meal wanted the logo to stand out in the middle of the page.
The concept behind this logo is the shape of the key cutting into the symbol, the angle of the key also resembles steps (learning steps) which are taken during a training course.
The customer wanted a contemporary modern design, and Web.com created this with the contrasting Bold and thin fonts, modern colour of Pink and Grey colours, highlighting the word 'Leaning' and 'Key' in Pink.
The design of this logo is simplistic and was designed to fit around the website. The client is a foot clinic so Web.com used feet as an icon next to the text. This logo is a gold colour this stands out on the white background which also matched the colour of the customers website.
The addition of a line-drawing to this logo takes it from simple text to a memorable brand. The imagery merges seamlessly into the brand name and brings the whole logo together. The muted colours used add to the feeling of relaxation, whilst the elegant script font adds a touch of class.
By fusing the symbolic elements for heat and water, this logo for Plumbing and Heating gets the message across quickly. Combined with a modern, thin font and by using small block capitals, the brand name is presented as professional and trustworthy.
This logo is a more complex logo which has a meaning to it. The client that we designed it for gave stock solutions and shows you how to use the stock market, hence why we have used an arrow which represents the stock market staying at a steady level, also with the words 'Rapid' being wrapped up in the arrow means that it is quick and fast.
Using the customer requested colours of Red Wine and Gold, this contemporary logo was created to match the classy image of the brand. An elegant script font was used to appeal to the target audience of women buyers throughout the UK.
A minimal logo, combining serif and sans-serif fonts to represent a traditional product in a modern way. The designer added further clock-face detail in black to represent a timepiece product of high prestige.
For Callaghan’s Rooflines the designer used a vector image above the company name, this gives instant impression of the kind of service the company offers. As the vector image has harsh bold line's, we felt using a soft curved font would be a good contrast.
This typographic logo embodies the company’s message thanks to the incorporation of blinds in the main icon. Instead of simply displaying the company name or using an icon of blinds, Web.com combined both a design that gave a personal feel and boosted the company’s identity.
With the target audience for The North Crowd, an online magazine, being young students the designer wanted to design something that people could engage with. For this reason, we went for a logo similar to a sports brand, and added a scratch texture to reflect the gritty and raw feel of the website’s content. The logo features a large N for the ‘North’ as this was the keyword in the company name, which we wanted the audience to associate with.
With the use of tartan, a thistle, Scottish Blue, and the word ‘Highland’ in the company name, you’ll be surprised to learn this company has nothing to do with Scotland. That’s a lie. They sell Kilts. Scottish Kilts.
The colour blue is used in design to evoke a sense of trust, authority and calmness, three traits which are to be expected of an accident-claims specialist. This CSG (Consumer Specialist Group) logo is simple, bold and effective at delivering this message.
As this company specialised in handyman services the designer used an icon that reflected a home and used the company colours to build the brand recognition. Although this is quite a basic logo, it still pinpoints the type of services provided by the company in a clear and simple way which also meets the website’s design request.
A more complex logo, combining serif and sans-serif fonts to represent the traditional concept of pocket timepieces in a modern age. The designer has added a full pocket watch, representing the product, to the logo and created a sense of depth using visually complex details and cogs to form a background layer.
Bold and brash, this text logo is made to stand out in a crowd. By using a heavily styled and faux-3d font to make an impact, this logo not only looks great on a website, but also on food stalls and trucks.