You may notice that Notable is spelled incorrectly in this logo (the dictionary spelling is ‘notable’) but before you rip off an e-mail about yet another typo on our website, you should probably know that the spelling is quite deliberate and even something that the client wanted to emphasize (as in Note Able.) By splitting up the word with an exclamation point, our designers were able to play down the incorrect spelling. But that’s not what makes this logo notable (err, noteable) – in our logo design tips, we advise clients and designers that they should disconnect the icon and text portion of a logo for maximum adaptability. This is a perfect example of that premise. By keeping the clipboard icon and company name separate, we can create different configurations of the the design, according to the aspect ratio of the area we’re trying to fit the logo into. Like so –
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Logo for an office database and document management system. This design illustrates the value of developing logos featuring separate and disconnected icons and text.
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