Need Advice with a Logo

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PIXELHOUSE
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Posted Wed Feb 6, 2013 10:23AM

Hi guys, i design a logo for an event company in Chile, the name is "petalos" like a flower... and the isotype is a representation of a flower. the client like the isotype i think it can be better, also now i am searching for a font that match... i am looking for a rounded thin font, what you think? how i can improve the isotype, what font can be good with the isotype.


 


thanks for the advice...


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pink_cotton_candy
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Posted Wed Feb 6, 2013 10:39AM
hi there - I've moved your thread into our Off-Topic section to get more attention as our Critique forum is meant for our contributors to help solve rejection issues or to allow us to preview files that they are concerned may be rejected.

We're in the process of reworking our forum structure and we have a discussion with our members going on right now. You're welcome to check out our plans and offer any suggestions. You are also welcome to sitemail me with ideas if you'd feel more comfortable considering comments thus far have been from contributors.

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pink_cotton_candy
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Posted Wed Feb 6, 2013 10:56AM
First of all, the design is very attractive. The colors are very pretty. What do you mean by "isotype"? I have not heard that term used with the context of a logo. An icon that represents the company? Same meaning as a logo in your case, is that correct?

Tell us a little more about the company.
  • Do they cater to a particular audience? High end, mid-range, low-end clients?
  • What is their price range compared to their competition?
  • What type of events to they specialize in? Birthday parties, weddings, concerts, festivals, etc.?
  • If they don't currently have a focus and they are not new to the business, what types of events do they prefer? Which ones are the most rewarding - both financially and based on their personal/company values?


I think you have a really good start, depending on the answers to the questions above. But, after defining those things, you may find it isn't.

As it is right now, I see the company as catering to: high end, luxury, classy, contemporary, but not terribly sophisticated (I don't mean this negatively, I mean that it isn't scholarly).

(Edited on 2013-02-06 10:56:54 by pink_cotton_candy)
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