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Which Logo Should I Choose?


New Member
LOGOS: http://name-search.org/logos.htm
SITE: (Will look different, see for content): http://www.citylinkpcs.com.au/ ... & ... http://www.citylinkpcs.com.au/store/

This is my technology products site, at the moment it looks awful! I am in the process of giving it a new look, the layout and graphics will be changed to accommodate the new logo incorporating the same look for both the main part of the site & the store.

My main focus is branding, I want people to instantly recognize my site by the logo design, setting it apart from other tech sites by design and style.

Thanks for all recommendations. I have numbered the logos, please let me know which one/s you like the best and please tell me how I should change the logo/s to make them look better. For example you may like logo #10 but don't like the heavy shadowing that goes with it.

Cheers for helping me choose, I just can't make my mind up :)


Officially Old!
1,2,3 the rest made my eyes want to bleed in between my brain falling out of my ear.

No seriously 1,2,3 are the best ones.


UFO Hunter
I like no# 6

Not sure if it will fit into your website, its very cool looking tho.

Best of luck... :)

Cheap Bastard

New Member
Honestly couldn't say i just loved any single one, but here's some pointers I hope you'll find useful:
1) City Link PCs. Therefor, your logo should contain at least one of those... A City, a Link (or link of cities, link of PCs), and/or a PC. Doesn't have to be too specific, a screen/mouse/keyboard or whatever easily recognisable.
2) I like your slogan, and the lens flare in several of the logos does relate to vision (and possibly future - lens flare is commonly used in scifi)
3) size. You say you want something easily recognisable, but several of those logos are huge. IMHO you should consider a) a huge backdrop, and b) a smaller logo. Perhaps a skyscraper or a square in one of the corners? You'll want to find a balance between making advertising for yourself, and making advertising for your ads/products.


Officially Old!
Jeez that was deep :lol:

Welcome back CB, good pointer though :)

Sticking with my first post and it seems 2 is good :idea: