After spending a day completing my logo design for my promotional material it was time to spend another day ensuring that the two logos became one. It was essential that the logo was successful in representing the invisible disabilities and that there was only one logo that would be used on the posters and the promotional material.

The logo would change its orientation when placed on promotional material so that its composition appeared visually pleasing on the items.

The final logo designs, the rectangular designs are for the posters and the square designs are for the promotional material.


ID Logo BLACK PUPIL1

 

ID LogoYELLOWPOSTER1

ID LOGORED EYE2

 

 

 

ID LogoPINKPOSTER1

 

ID LogoORANGEPOSTER1

 

ID LogoLIMEPOSTER1

ID LogoLILACPOSTER1

ID LOGOBLUE EYE2

ID LOGOBROWN EYE

IDSQUARE BLACK PUPIL1

IDSQUARE REDPUPIL1

IDSQUARE BLUE PUPIL1

IDSQUARE BROWNPUPIL1

The brown logo does not really y stand out like the blue or red perhaps a lighter shade is required to lift the colour up.