Another version of the logo for a sports technology and physical analysis company.
over 1 year ago
Do the circits mean anything? I read YYHP! don't know if that's intentional or just me looking to deep.
Nice logo though, I prefer this one I think,
@Aaron Hey, Ye the circuits represent the technology side of the business. They specialise in equipment to monitor heart rate and concentration etc. Nah YYHP doesn't mean anything :) You have a good eye! Thanks for the feedback! ;)
I don't read letters in the brain. Not sure if it is clear they are circuits though. I may try to get the lines just a bit closer to circuitry, OR make them each a bit more distinct in shape. They may look like letterforms because they are all a bit close the same shape. Overall, I think it is solid and very close to being perfect.
@Colin Thanks very much for the awesome feedback. Really appreciate it mate.
Ben how does Sport play into their brand? I am curious. For some reason I see the opening to see the brain circuits being the shape of a football or something sport like...but then again it really does come down to how sport plays into their business.
Other than that...its ace!
Hey Marty. They are very much about the mental and monitoring side of sport and fitness. We tried some concepts incorporating sporty elements, however due to the massive focus on the brain, this route was decided. Thanks for the feedback!
Well there you go. That was something I hoped you would say. Since they do not have one specific sport focus I think what you did works best!
Thanks Marty ;)
by Ben Bate ⚒
Final version of the logo for sports technology & physical analysis company, BrainSport.
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about 1 year ago
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