Although a logo is just one part of a brand identity, I decided to collate my favourite ones from the past few years in one place. If you would like to see how some of these logos work in context across different platforms take a look at the visual identity projects I have undertaken in my portfolio.
Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service. The logo projects the image of a modern, forward-looking organisation, appropriate to values and audience requirements. It strengthens and promote key messages of trust, solidity, neutrality. It is also distinctive by creating a true sense of separation from the General Medical Council.
Digital Pace. A modern, playful logo designed in modern forward thinking way. It also has a techy look and feel and is professional to represent how how this business provides an expert business consultancy service driving growth and process improvements through better use of technology.
M1 Health. I designed this logo in a way that symbolises the science and forward thinking behind health and fitness, at the same time including a flexible, visual element that can identify the brand when the logo isn’t shown. This helps to keep the identity fresh, allowing for a variety in reproduction across different marketing material.
Didsbury Good Neighbours. This logo was designed to reflect the idea that this charity is here to support and provide a community for older people in Didsbury. It is also about bringing the old and young together. Therefore I designed this in a way that is modern but also makes a nod to the past in the way that it is influnced by 1950s cirlcular logo designs.