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Here are the various logo types available

Word mark

A wordmark consists entirely of text. Wordmarks work best when the name of the business is very distinctive. Text-only logos are great if you have a short, memorable or quirky name. A wordmark will very clearly communicate your company name.

Letter mark

Lettermarks can be beautifully simple, highlighting the organisation’s initials rather than their full name. Using a lettermark logo design assigns equal visual weight to every word in your name, and can make it easier for people to remember.

Brand mark

A brand mark is a symbol or icon that appears often is a stylised format. A symbol can sometimes express certain ideas more effectively than text, however is generally only effective for high-profile companies.

Combination mark

56% of the top brands’ logos incorporate both text and a symbol. They spell out the name of a company while simultaneously associating it with a visual icon, giving you the best of both worlds. Text is positioned outside the icon.


Emblems involve placing text inside of a symbol. This is what makes them different to combination marks. Emblems are a bit on the inflexible side, since they can’t be separated into individual elements, and may not work well in small sizes.

What do different colors represent?

Red: passion, anger, love, confidence
Orange: youthfulness, cheer, warmth, hunger
Yellow: sunshine, happiness, energy, optimism
Green: nature, fertility, balance, cleanliness
Blue: water, tranquility, trust, power
Purple: nobility, power, elegance, wisdom
White: peace, balance, purity, simplicity, winter
Gray: neutral, sophistication, balance, wisdom
Black: exclusivity, modern, power, sophistication, mystery
Brown: earth, stability, tradition, nature
Pink: love, romance, femininity, baby girls, humanistic
Turquoise: tranquility, clarity, compassion, healing

Order your logo here

Please complete this form. We will then invoice you a 50% deposit for the design work. Once the invoice is paid we will start on your logo, with the balance payable once the final logo is approved.

e.g. If you want your logo to reflect luxury, move the slider more towards the right

We'll provide 2 concepts, and 3 revisions.