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Discussion in 'Graphic Design Forum' started by rachaelbethany, May 18, 2010.

  1. rachaelbethany

    rachaelbethany New Member


    Just wondering if you guys could give me some feedback about my logo design, its for an animal charity.
    Im a bit stuck on what colours to use, what do you think?

    Thanks for you time


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  2. ayo_22

    ayo_22 New Member

    Hi i think what you have done with the text works gr8 but im not to sure on the rest of the design it seems pointless to the title unless you can explain what it is ?
  3. yellowww

    yellowww New Member

    Definitely try to use another font.
  4. Neil-C

    Neil-C New Member

    I like the design, im guessing that the design is meant to resemble some sort of paw print, i like the idea of that.

    To me the logo seems to have a lot of space, have you considered making the logo tighter? I'm no expert though, thats just my opinion. I do like the idea though. :happy

  5. SabikaDesign

    SabikaDesign New Member

    I would use only one colour and 2 different tones. Definitely no more than 2 different colours. You need to choose a colour than would represent the animal world. I wouldn't use any bright colour.
    Think about which animals does the charity work for. Dogs, cats, birds for the city? Sheep, cows, horses for the countryside? both? think on their colours and you might find it.

    good luck!

    Ana Aranda-Celimendiz :: Freelance Graphic Designer Based in London :: Freelance UK
  6. sumthing2say

    sumthing2say Banned

    I would suggest that having a logo in a single colour is easier to print. I would suggest that whatever colour you choose it is designed with CMYK colours and not RGB. Printers generally like to receive logos in CMYK and these are true representation of what will be printed.
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  7. workinprogress

    workinprogress New Member


    Am I correct in thinking you have brought together a hill, paw print and the letter A?

    At the moment I feel it lacks character or charm. I would study paw prints to see if instead of going so abstract you can bring it closer to being more authentic, It will allow people to relate to it better. Caring for an animal is based on emotions so it's essential that the logo plays on this as much as possible.

    Colour wise I would definitely tone it all down, try something a little more sophisticated and warm.

    Keep posting as I am sure everyone will help you.

  8. stratosonico

    stratosonico New Member

    I think would be better use just 2 or at maximum 3 color. One more suggest is about the fingers, did you try with 4 instead 5? Usually we recognise animals with 3 or 4 fingers, it's enough to recognise.

    good luck
  9. Sam Cowley

    Sam Cowley New Member

    The font that you used did look professional but the colours seemed too bright and over the top for an animal logo. Maybe tone it down a little and make sure that the resolution of the images are clear as the links you posted did seem a little grainy on the outside of the logo. Hope this helps! :)
  10. Hub Graphics

    Hub Graphics New Member

    Logo feedback

    I certainly needs to be softer as a whole, the paw idea is good but needs to look more natural, I would stick with greens, browns, greys or black for colours as well. Hope this helps
  11. Opus

    Opus Member

    Im guessing that, one way or another, this job has probably been completed by now!
  12. thaleszop

    thaleszop New Member

    I think would be better use just 2 or at maximum 3 color.

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