High Tech Automation Company Logo

Customer knottsco paid 389$,

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High Tech Automation Company Logo

Contest Holder: knottsco

06/24/11

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Project description

Logo needs to be updated and modernized from our existing logo. The logo needs to represent our transition into newer technologies while emphasizing automation. Would like to incorporate the existing logo's arrow symbol but improved. The arrows do not have to be the central part of the new logo.
Update: The colors are a suggestion/guideline and the logo doesn't have to be the exact colors we chose. We would like to see a font that is clean, unique and high-tech.
Update #2: The symbol to the left of our current logo is meant to represent pressure and vacuum. Arrows wasn't the best initial description. "Arrows" are not a requirement but we would like a "symbol" that we can use to represent our brand of high tech products and services.
Update #3: We would like to see less or no arrows in the new submissions. There as been too much focus on the arrows.
Update #4: The "K" logo needs to be a standalone entity that represents our company. We want to use it as a means of representing our brand. It doesn't have to show pressure, vacuum, or arrows. We want it to be progressive, modern, and clean. It must contain a "K". Please include our tagline "Automation and Motion Control".

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  • rANDOM "HARKUCH DESIGN "
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  • GEOMETRICAL TWIST INCORPORATED IN THIS LOGO BY USING YOUR OLD SYMBOLS
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  • rEVOLUTIONARY CARRY OVER OF YOUR OLD DESIGN . ..
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  • tHE CARRY OVER DESIGN OF YOUR OLD LOGO
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  • tHE CARRY OVER DESIGN OF YOUR OLD LOGO
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  • A fluid globe concept design. Thanks.
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  • Very similar to #112 but took the idea currently used in the logo and tried to use that effectively.
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  • I decided to take the current logo and made it more modern. I used mature colors to emphasize the professionalism of the company.
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  • Kept the "O" as requested and moved away from the idea that an independent "K" was necessary. Simple and elegant with the idea of movement incorporated into the "o." Hope you like it a bit more!
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  • I decided to move away from adding arrows and shine to my design. I did integrate various elements that represent technology and automation components in the logo. I chose to keep my color palette very basic giving it a more sophisticated look. Thank you
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    2. 1+ years ago
  • As requested, I have moved the arrow to the other side of the text. Thank you for your consideration. :)
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  • #114 with highlights n shadows..
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  • #111 refined the K a bit more and took the arrow off 'Knotts' as requested :)
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  • Can you move the arrows to the other side?
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  • Could you remove the serifs on the fonts and simplify the colors in the words?
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  • Please try a different color. Interesting design. If you other iterations that would be great.
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  • #109 REVIEW
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  • Be89 - Thanks for the description of your designs. I will sit down with everyone and discuss.
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  • Hi #41, #42 & #75 The logo is a 3D "K". The floating sphere with the arrows is to convey movement.. a rotating floating sphere. The overall look is supposed to be high-tech: clean,sleek, elegant, masculine. I tried to avoid the industrial look (hard lines and everything excessive in size) which can be more attached to old technologies. The font can be changed in any of my versions. I'll try submitting something closer to the logos with the highest votes. Thanks
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  • see #105
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