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Which Logo Should I Choose?

JasMate

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 :)
 

Decker

Officially Old!
NLC
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.
 

Sitebee

UFO Hunter
NLC
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.
 

Decker

Officially Old!
NLC
Jeez that was deep :lol:

Welcome back CB, good pointer though :)

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