We're working on a rebrand of our event management app, Tikkio. A new logo, logomark and the whole profile is getting a fresh coat of paint. The mark symbolizes the different sides of the product; tickets, products & crew. The crossing stroke forms an abstract, lowercase «t».
Would love to get your opinion!
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8 months ago
Where did the logo symbol idea come from. Also is that a custom type?
do you have a link for the iphone dock from your office?
I'm not sure I see the lowercase t... but that might not be the point. I'm also curious about where the symbol idea came from, the impetus behind it, what it's supposed to represent, etc.
Colors look great, the font matches the mark well, just not sure about the mark as a whole.
I love it!
Thanks for all the comments!
@Daniel Pidcock & @Anthony Fonte
Tikkio sells tickets, products, manages events, volunteers for events and more. I wanted the logo to be a simple geometric shape, easily recognizable and with a strong visual appeal. I played around with different shapes before landing on the hexagon/cube. The cube with it's 6 sides (from a three dimensional view), reflects the product versatility. The tilted line from center to bottom right makes up the (highly) abstract lowercase «t». The «t» is not the primary goal of the logo, but an added effect that might strike you after some use (like the arrow in FedEx). The type is Helvetica Neue Thin, customized.
The iPhone/iPod dock are made for Tikkio, designed by ourselves of laser cut stainless steel. We love it!
@Emil Bonsaksen nicee :)
Love that green version. Great color!
Hi，What‘s the brand of mobile dock？I like it！
Not the biggest fan of helvetica in identities, but after looking at it the second time I eventually liked the mark.. As you said, the t is highly abstract, so I dont think people will notice it as the arrow in FedEx, but it's a nice touch...
Colors and the pattern are spot on..
Is there a special reason why you chose Helvetica?
@Livin: We made it ourselves for Tikkio. Not available for purchase I'm afraid.
@Anders Drage: Glad it has grown on you :-) I felt early on it had to be a thin font, a font that could resemble and have the same weight and feel as the symbol. I think I browsed a couple hundred fonts before settling on Helvetica Neue. Not set in stone yet, but I kind of like it like this.
Your workspace is amazingly clean and I love it!
5 months ago
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