It’s time once again to gather a nice set of logos designed to catch the eye, awaken the senses, and clearly represent the client’s core business without words. Check out the following list of logo designs for our 20th weekly roundup.
California Power Cooperative
Used to be known as the San Francisco Energy Co-op, the organization is rebranding itself as the California Power Cooperative
Electrical Company Logo 1
As part of their efforts in rebranding their cooperative, the CPC wanted a logo that best represents their goals for the community. In this logo design, the negative space represents a glowing light bulb. It is surrounded by a halo of red-orange rays of light. It combines the concept of sun energy with the most recognized electrical device – the lightbulb! It refers to the solar power generation aims of the cooperative.
Electrical Company Logo 2
In this design of the CPC logo, the image consists of a streak of lightning representing electricity seen on the foreground against a leaf with halves painted in orange and green as the background. It refers to CPC’s initiative to provide power to the community through sustainable green energy.
Full Stack Partners
Full Stack Partners is a consulting services for hedge funds & buy-side institutions.
Software Company Logo 1
The design for the Full Stack Partners
logo features two human-like figures placed stacked one on top of the other. The logo emphasizes the role of talented people in developing web applications and providing much needed professional support on projects.
Software Company Logo 2
This logo design for a web apps development and consulting company features two human-like figures facing each other and holding each other’s hands. It’s supposed to represent the team work and camaraderie between the customers and the company. Their hands form to create a perfect square, which we meant as a completed piece (a completed project) with no flaws.
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Editing Company Logo
This workmark design for a professional editor plays on the concept of “dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s.”, but we didn’t need to tell you that, you probably saw it right away!
Planning Your Logo?
As you look for a logo designer, keep in mind that a designer needs to pair creativity with great technical expertise. For example:
- If the wrong design program is used, your logo will blur when resized.
- If unprintable colors are used, your logo will look wrong when printed.
- If final quality control is skipped, your logo will have costly mistakes.
Business owner trying to save a few bucks just end up paying twice to redo their logo and reprint their marketing material. Avoid surprises, by learning about impossible colors, vector graphics, and the importance of quality control. Learn more