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How Zoe.piper started their logo design journey
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Delmata provides business consulting services, launches a range of collaborative businesses with selected joint venture partners, and facilitates connections.
We are targeting small business owners who would benefit from our consulting/connection services, or who would like to launch/expand businesses in partnership with Delmata.
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Business & Consulting
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I am looking for a logo that isn't too intricate, it should be easily recognisable. I would prefer not to have a logo based on the letter "D". I am looking for a unique abstract shape. I need for the logo to work with or without the name. I need it to be unique enough that it can stand alone without the name and people can recognize it (should still be unique & easily recognizable too when printed in black & white). Having versions with the logo by itself (without the "Delmata" text) helps me to see how well the logo works by itself (which is very important). Having versions of the design in black & white (without any 3D/shadow element to it) helps me to see how well the logo would work when printed on a standard black & white printer (I write a lot of reports and want to include my logo in the header/footer - clients will most likely print them in B&W). Having a nice colour version with some 3D element to it would be great, but it must still work in flat black & white.
When the logo and name appear together, they should work well together. The height of font should be about 2/3 the height of the logo.
A logo I had done for another company I have is at: http://www.allaran.com.au. I was really happy with it because I think it looks professional, it isn't too intricate, but is easily recognisable, the font is a little bit unique - but not too different, it is quite strong, it will work on a range of surfaces (all key features I am looking for with the Delmata logo). I think the Allaran suits a property developer company (which Allaran is). I don't mean that I want a logo for Delmata that looks like the logo for Allaran, but I do want the Delmata logo to have the same kinds of features that I described above.
The company slogan is consulting, collaboration, connection.