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Logo design for PGD


Tony Hardy

Well-Known Member
#6
It is fairly difficult to read that small to be honest. Think about how it's going to translate to an avatar, a Twitter picture.

Also, I'm not a fan of the whole idea. I think using pretty much "globe" with Europe on it is very done to death. I also don't think it links in with the name PGD Business Services. Do they service the whole of Europe? Is it only Europe? What services do they offer?

I honestly think you could bring something a lot more accomplished to the table if you went back to the drawing board for a while.
 
#7
i would choose a different font and simplify the euro map, the colour green personally gives off the wrong impression, blue is a good corporate colour. overall looks good
 
#8
@ian - yeah the small 1 was photoshop just wanted 2 try quickly what it looked like small as i had photoshop open :D but the original is vector.

@tony - they offer start up services help to people. they have not started in the eu yet but they are going to i no the globe idea is used alot but that is what they want i offered loads of diff concepts but they were adamant on a globe style. i didnt wanna do a vector shiny globe as they r used 2 much. i do agree tho the font needs some work.

@rafa - yes i totally agree blue is better for business but they wanted green :S
 

Dave L

Well-Known Member
#9
The stars are a bit 'fat' for my taste and aren't spaced very well on the left-hand side (and shouldn't there be more of them if it's an echo of the EU device [which I assume it is]?)
 
#10
What does the company do? I agree with Tony, the globe thing is a little overdone. The best logos always at least hint at what it is the company does.. is there a way to incorporate that?