Logos and corporate identity

As you'd probably expect, we're often asked to design a logo. That's great but a logo design should always be treated as part of an overall corporate identity scheme.


The trouble is that a well designed logo, with no instructions as to how and when to use it, i.e. how it should be placed, to what size, how it will work in colour or mono etc. tends to result in a logo being killed off before it’s had a chance to breathe.


So, we always recommend that we provide you with at least a basic set of instructions to go with the logo. That way, you will have a cohesive look and feel to your organisation's identity that will not be misconstrued or messed about with. And however the logo is applied, it will give a constant and consistent message about you.


Thinking of rebranding or perhaps some subtle tweaking of your present brand? Talk to us first - on or email us at info@publicityproject.co.uk


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Just some of our logo projects . . .

"Many thanks for designing a fantastic logo for us at such a reasonable price. We will recommend you to others!"


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