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How mrobinsonA started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
IACOA, or the Independent Armored Car Operators Association, has served the armored car industry since 1971. We're looking to update our logo as part of a rebranding exercise that will then include our website—iacoa.com.
There are really three audiences that will interact with our brand:
- independent armored car operators
- suppliers to the armored car industry
- users of armored car service:
- retailers and other cash-intensive businesses including:
- distribution centers
- money transfer companies
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
It's clean and readable.
This simple 1 color design would be easy to use in a lot of contexts.
The geometric pattern captures your eye.
It's easy to imagine a 3 dimensional armored car depicted this way.
The truck design could be above IACOA.
The truck design could be to the left of IACOA.
It's easy to imagine a simple one-color logo like this with an armored car.
This is perhaps the most elegant and understated of the various designs we selected from.
This is the boldest of the designs. It makes it seem possible for the word IACOA to be depicted as a truck.
We are open to ideas, but we're leaning toward incorporating the suggestion of an armored car into the design since that is the most identifiable association people would make with our industry.
The vector logo should look good when presented in different sizes and mediums, such as on our website, on letterhead, on apparel, trade show banners, business cards, and so on.