WE CREATE LOGOS
The PERFECT VISUAL MARK to REPRESENT YOU
A quill dips into a cauldron of ink in this logo for a consortium of women fantasy writers.
This company writes and administers exams and testing materials. The acronymic logo features the business end of a No. 3 pencil commonly associated with Scantron type testing.
We merged a book (as a symbol of education) and a stylized state flag to create a striking and memorable logo for this non-profit project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.
The blue circle represents the planet earth; the sky and the sea of our shared environment. Blue is associated with open spaces, freedom, intuition, imagination, expansiveness, inspiration, and sensitivity - all feelings the client wanted associated with their company.
A literal interpretation of the organization's name.
An ancient Chinese coin provides a strong symbol of finance along with its clear association with China itself. The green color is used to connect the company with green practices in the energy industry supported by the fund.
This Dallas, Texas-based dog boarding service sought a logo that communicated a simple message: your dog will have fun in our care. Client provided a rough, and rather complex, napkin sketch that we simplified to give emphasis to the happy dog. Ross Turner's background in cartooning came in handy in realizing this fanciful logo concept.
The IRN launched in 2013 with a placeholder logo that was little more than the letters IRN set in Helvetica Bold. Not very exciting. A year later, the opportunity came to redesign the mark. IRN felt they shouldn't stray too far from their original logo. We acknowledged this by keeping the bold acronym and adding clever symbology that identified the non-profit as one concerned with the food on our plates.
Sears Craftsman was the first to market knee pads with interchangeable and replaceable caps, and we supported their marketing efforts and their proprietary brand name - QuickSwap - with a logo that included a subtle illustration of the unique removable cap feature.
A consulting firm that advises companies and nonprofits that have a social mission and international focus. With this mark, we sought to give the consultant a friendly face with symbology that transcended international borders.
A placeholder name and mark for a trade group that would eventually become the Plant Based Foods Association. The use of green was a no-brainer, but there's subtle messaging in the logo beyond the color palette: the "b" and "f" of the acronym stand out to emphasize "Better Foods", and a small stylized green leaf can be found in the lower case "a" to reference the organization's plant-based foods mission.
The original logo was quite detailed with multiple icons representing concepts of "fire", "safety", "rescue," and "emergency medical response". We stripped out the literal symbology, relying instead on letters that lean forward and subtle arrows indicating momentum and (positive) direction.
A logo isn't just a clever drawing. It's something that inspires trust, recognition, and admiration for you or your company. To achieve this goal, a logo must be simple, versatile, appropriate - and above all: memorable. Find out more by contacting Ross Turner Design today.
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