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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
Fun - we run fun club for children aged 5-12 who are on the autistic spectrum, and their siblings, its chaos every week but they ahve the best of times.
Autism - google 'autism' and you will see rainbow colours and puzzle pieces making up logos. We don't want to be too 'typical' but we do want those who know to realise we are an organisation for autism.
Professional - although the club is chaos we run a professional organisation and the logo can't look like it has taken 10 minutes to create with a big marker pen. It has to be a solid strong brand.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
Image, text, image and text, you choose. One idea we have considered but thought it would have to be very clever to work well is if the word 'Chaos!' was made up of lots of very small puzzle pieces, a rainbow colour scheme, and a few of the puzzle pieces not in place but scattered around the edge. They would have to be small and that may mean they then wouldn't look like puzzle pieces, so it might not work. Also sometimes puzzle pieces in logos look awful, they have to be done right to make them work.
Thats one idea, if you can make it work we might love it, or it might convince us not to go that way! What can YOU come up with?
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
This must look professional, it must be memorable, it also needs to be used on tshirts and smaller items so if you go down the puzzle pieces route consider could it be embroidered on to clothing as a small image and still look good.
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