Getting the image right


We’re sending off letters and plans to a whole load of people at the moment, but it somehow feels like a letter without a logo or a letterhead isn’t a serious one. ¬†We’ve already got someone to agree to help us do something really cool when he comes back from camping (thanks Steve), but in between writing business and project plans I’ve been fiddling around with a few temporary ones. What do you think?

Simple, might be nice to have the 'i's round the outside each a different colour

Simple, might be nice to have the 'i's round the outside each a different colour

Interlocking circles, a bit celtic

Interlocking circles, a bit celtic

A really condensed version of the previous one, also interlocking circles, but not very obviously so

A really condensed version of the previous one, also interlocking circles, but not very obviously so

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  1. Asher

    The sea bit is the programme OpenOffice Draw telling me that I'd misspelled 'I' – didn't notice that until now.

    What colours would you go for? Want to avoid blue. Think something bright, lively and modern is good.

    Anyway difficult to tell colours on the screen: what you're seeing could be quite different to what I'm seeing.

  2. Asher

    But we're not specifically a green charity. Does that matter? (That was the reason I stayed away from it, I like it too).

    I thought bright colours but made a bit earthier were good.

    We could go all new rave like the Olympics.

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