Logo choice

Hi,

For the website I’m creating (redesign in progress) I have 5 logo options.

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The website is link removed. It crawls the web to get and standardise all information about products from phones, fridges to cars, planes, ships and even food.

Logo message: EVERYTHING ABOUT ALL PRODUCTS

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Did you design these logos?
Institutional Pink is appropriate how?

(logo 1) I feel Like I’ve seen that identical “P” in another logo before. I just cant put my finger on it. I thought it was ASI (the printing company) at first - perhaps it’s their older older - Or perhaps it was an auto parts store that had it… PrintDriver, do you recognize it?

I’ll assume, for now, logo 1 is borderline copyright infringement in some fashion. Leaving 2 and 3 as your better choices. Logo two’s somewhat trivial graphic creates an elevation level far too high, if you could get in-line with the text that would be more ideal - and, explain the purpose of that symbol.

For logo 3, the graphic outweighs the typography too much. it should be reduced and allocated closer to the type.

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I think it was ASI’s old logo, only it’s not a “P” of course, its a lowercase “A” - but its basically the same graphic. Trying to find an image.

Like Biggs, I too have seen something very similar to the first one, but I can’t place it. I have a feeling what I’m thinking of was a fairly well-known logo from a few years ago, but I don’t know.

I’d hesitate before using the fourth one. I found the following at http://comillacitycorporation.org/2018/06/24/alphabet-p-logo-design/

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I agree with @Biggs that 2 is your best bet from the 5 presented here. And the icon should be inline. I’m guessing that it’s placement has something to do with it closely resembling the p at the beginning and it would be strange to have it in the front like the rest of the options. However, it’s strange having it behind the lettering as well.

Number 5 reminds me a lot of PayPal’s logo form, though that might just be me.

Having just gone through the logo design process for a tech company in the last 6 months (as the designer) I would recommend deciding on a concept rather than the first letter of the company, and then creating iterations. None of these logos look like a well thought-out and unique brand to me. They resemble a few first ideas that come to mind for a new web application.

@PrintDriver I think the color more closely resembles the pink/salmon commonly used in Google’s Material Design

Thanks everybody! :slight_smile:

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