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Logo help


#1
Hi all,

I after some advice/feedback on a logo I've designed.

In short - my brief was to design a logo for a local tourist site - visitbroadland.

I've tried to illustrate what Broadland has to offer - which is to focus mainly on the wide open sky's and lush green/yellow fields that you can cycling, walk through. Something that looks inviting.

I've tried to keep it simple, bright and colourful. Logo's are not my strongest point even though I'm a graphic designer - I take my hat off to designers who can knock them out within a few hours.

So I'm at the beginning stages of this design so any suggestions/ideas would be gratefulyl received.

Cheers
Richard
 

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Wardy

Well-Known Member
#2
It looks ok, but I think the illustration is a bit TOO simple. Lose the rays in the sky, it looks a bit clip art. It doesn't look a terribly interesting place - no
trees, bushes, rolling hills?

I would make the path into a stylised B.
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#3
first image that pops up in my head seeing that is wizard of oz, yellow brick road...

I'm assuming that this is for the Norfolk broadlands which is fairly local to me and it doesn't actually say Norfolk in the slightest if I'm honest.

It looks ok, but I think the illustration is a bit TOO simple. Lose the rays in the sky, it looks a bit clip art. It doesn't look a terribly interesting place - no
trees, bushes, rolling hills?
If it is like I say Norfolk broadlands, hills aren't exactly something we're known for even though there's some pretty large hills on the way to the broads etc lol
 
#5
Cheers for the feedback. I agree it does look simple that's why I wasn't 100% sold on it. In the brief they mentioned they want to focus on the walks, cycling rather than the boats as the broads only covers a very very small area of this part of broadland.

But you've made me release this is an error to ignore. I'll go back and have a word with the client.

Back to the drawing board. Thanks again.