"Plus à vélo" means "More on bike"

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designed by ammer

Project description

My company name "Plus à vélo" means "More on bike" or "More with bike". I would like French words. It can be written "+ à vélo". Feel free to use "Plus" or "+". I will sell useful bikes (Electric bikes, cargo bikes ...) in order to replace cars in city centers. The goal is to avoid traffic jam, to park close to the place or the meeting place of the users, everything for a cheapest price than with a car. "+" means more efficiency and advantages you can have in your everyday life using my bikes. I will show the advantages of my products like : + rapide (faster) + économique (more economical) + écologique (more ecological) + fun (funnier) ...

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  • hi... CH... Please check my entri # 16 and # 17, Any feedback will be helpful. Thanks
  • I can not delete my design, design that does not take focus.
  • I modified a bit my brief, please have a look.
  • I modified a bit my brief, please have a look.
  • I modified a bit my brief, please have a look.
  • I modified a bit my brief, please have a look.
  • I don't like the "E", what can you propose to change it ? "+" is so important, would you mind proposing a way to highlight/emphasize it ?
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      sebpierre {*wrote*}:
      I don't like the "E", what can you propose to change it ? "+" is so important, would you mind proposing a way to highlight/emphasize it ?
      |--| Thank you for the feedback! I made a couple of changes and resubmitted (#26). I did change the "E" a little -- made it align with the "A." Also, I did try to make the "+" sign more pronounced. Very difficult sometimes to make it look like a plus sign and not like a "t." Both "+" are the same in #26 but one has color added. Not sure what you prefer. I used black background for this one, but it can work with any color background. Hope this helps a little.

    • the "+" seems to be a holy cross... Can change this ?

  • I feel that "+" is a must now.
  • hallo ... CH ... I tried to make a redesign,Please check my entri # 28, Any feedback will be helpful. Thanks
  • I added #27 - it has both the first set of changes and spokes. I tried to have a little fun with the spokes and did two different variations -- look forward to your feedback. Thanks!
  • I would like version with different colors : "green", "brown" and "black and white". At least, 1 of those 3 colors in each logo. A hint of fun is welcome. "+" is important.
  • Can you propose a version with spokes inside wheels ?
  • "Plus à Vélo" should be further from the logo. Can you highlight/emphasize VELO in the bike ? Can you modify the "à" a bit in order to better show that it's the head of the cyclist ? "+" is so important, would you mind proposing a way to highlight/emphasize it ?
  • About #47 I changed the color of the cross as you wanted. What do you think?
  • Only in French
  • I prefer the design and the typo of the previous one. Please try to make the biker going to the right.
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      sebpierre {*wrote*}:
      I prefer the design and the typo of the previous one. Please try to make the biker going to the right.
      |--| Thank you for your suggestions . I 'll try to change it according to your suggestions .

  • With different colors on this one ? Can the biker goes on the right ?
    • hi and thanks for the feedback i am working on it and submit it soon .....

  • I prefer brown and orange with biker on top.
  • I really like your logo (not with those colors) but many people found it too complex. Can you make it more simple ?
  • Hello SmfDesign, I am sorry, I love your logo which should be very good for a bike shop but I will go to company to sell useful bikes (to go to office, or to carry things...). To many people told me that your logo don't match with my target. Don't waste your time and stop working on this logo. Sorry. Seb.