A logo can be described as the face of your company. Quite often, it’s the first thing that a potential customer will notice about your business. A logo is much more than just an image; it's a point of recognition for clients and an important foundation for the branding of your company.
Handwritten font shows personal attention
Uses Keller Williams' colors
Watercolor effect shows holistic and creative experience
A logo should be distinctive enough to be easily recognized and simple enough to work across multiple media.
Modern, clean look for custom window treatments
Detail in the letter O/plate shows a smile and a green circle always says "Go!"
Local and global mission trips. Icon show they help wherever is needed
Vintage distressed effect
Upscale and casual look
After school program started by former Bengal's player Vinney Rey for inner city youth
Associated with FedEx and uses the same colors
A good logo is memorable and makes a great first impression.
Specializes in outdoor photography and portrays each person's unique character
Wide letter spacing creates a polished look for this fun font for rental properties
Incorporates the shape of Kentucky
Dog competition held in Louisville, KY. Play on words for the Derby's Run for the Roses
Elements such as colors, shapes, and fonts help convey a message about your brand.
Sporty font paired with owner's silhouettes
Annual golf fundraiser
Focus on 1994 and bridge shows connections
Graduation cap is incorporated into the tablet homescreen