Firstly, thanks for all the excellent ideas - I looked at these quickly this morning and have given each one some serious thought accross the day:
Thanks for the reply - I'm fairly happy with using a few inks I think but have been pursuaded to give priority to the online image.
1: I like this one, but not the mustard colour. The fonts are good giving a nice feel to the logo.
The second one is interesting. The text style isn't as good as the first but the 'wings' work quite
The third one works well but I'm distracted by the image of someone reading the paper. I'm not
sure what to suggest with that, decapitation perhaps
What do you think?
I'm worried it's too like a games company logo but like the logo in any case - I like the font choice,
think the tag 'business solutions' is good.
If it's possible to make the star more 'technical' I'd be pleased.
Also I wondered if shortening the tag to 'business solutions' and putting it near the vinbrooke
(possibly losing ltd in the process) would improve or ruin the feel.
I really like the notes you put on your concepts
I like the upper one and can't think of anything much I would vary in terms of design.
I thought about fading the reflected V out or maybe a ripple effect as if on water?
The second one is great, I immediately thought about putting 'the missing piece' into the gap, and
wondered if putting another V but in blue into the gap would be a good thing to do - Vinbrooke being the last piece of the puzzle
Both of the slogans seemed money oriented. Although obviously the point of a business I feel we should be emphasising what Vinbrooke can do for its clients.
The slogan is too long and so doesn't look good. The puzzle pieces are OK, I was going to suggest having thee pieces joined in one color and then a forth in the other colour but I have a nagging feeling I'm copying some Microsoft icon in doing so (office maybe?)
The second one is much better. I feel the image needs more detail, perhaps just flipping the colour of the slice or the rest of the circle would be enough or sectioning the circle.