Two color iconic brand identity for a software company
Before “flat design” became a design trend it was gel effects, spurred on by Apple, with a lot of technology companies following suit. An example of abstract gel design in logos, using the company initials as a base.
Iconic brand identity for marketing creative services on the web.
An abstract, two color icon logo for a designer directory. The symbol is meant to represent a cupped hand around an eyeball – a visual metaphor for searching. This mark was the subject of a write-up in a rather sticky wicket.
Two color iconic brand identity includes stationery design
Logo & identity development for a networking & IT specialist in Illinois. The design for FutureTech Networks holds a “kilroy was here” detail in the icon. For its time, this mark was an ‘out there’ endeavor, especially for a company servicing small to medium businesses. The client took a leap of faith, and have been using it ever since.
Simple two-color abstract identity for technical firm
Logo design project for high tech incubator & consulting firm. Fortivo specializes in developing startups in the industrial, aerospace, marine, and technology sectors. As their brand had to cover a wide range of business services, it had to be nondescript and symbolic as opposed to representational and literal.
Two color (agnostic) abstract brand identity for technology startup
Geometric logo for a high-tech startup specializing in industrial biosecurity and farm specific agricultural micro-filters. Example of a design that uses an agnostic color scheme. Also filed under medical.