Since our article in December (New Logo… Is it time for a change?), we’ve received feedback from members and advice from logo designers.
We’ve built on the ideas prompted by that article and will submit the results to expert graphic designers to bring you exciting options to vote on at the March General Meeting. (Mark your diary with the date: 11AM on Sunday 17 March.)
Logo ideas suggested so far:
This list brings together the possible elements, concepts and qualities for an effective logo. If you feel so inspired, you still have a few days to submit your design or ideas.
- ability to function in both miniature form (e.g. letterhead, flyer) as well as enlarged (e.g. billboard or poster).
- no words/text (words can be added around a logo; they are not part of a logo)
- a circle
- arrows as the circle
- an icon of Brisbane such as the river or the bridge
- visual representation of community/connection/exchange/skills/trading
- a simple and eye-catching design
- colours of blue and green, if used, to match the CES logo.
Early designs received
These may evolve further. As mentioned, voting at the March General Meeting will reveal members’ choice.
Two variations on the existing logo; with green people, blue background and those colours reversed by Helen Bird, commissioned by Simon Cole
Area divisions logo, by Helen Bird, commissioned by Simon Cole
Andrew Gaydon’s “B” logo
Four initial options based on the existing brief from Laurie Riddin TBCE0690 on request from MST
[CLICK HERE to download a PDF for 3 other designs]
Still a work in progress
Keep sending in your ideas to Megan Simson at firstname.lastname@example.org of what a logo should be, or include.
Please comment in the box on the website below this story. The cut-off date is 5 March.
―Simon Cole, BrisLETS President, and Megan Simson, BrisLETS Website Administrator