Logo Design Options
Logos and illustrations are often needed for very different purposes. The same logo or illustration can be be drawn in different versions for specific adaptations. If a detailed illustration is preferred for reproduction in most instances, but a simplified version is needed for glass etching or embroidery, that can also be incorporated as an option.
Logos may have several different versions which adapt for specific uses, adding more versatility to your particular brand. Transparencies, color changes, and other options offer added value. Scroll through the images below for examples or click for a larger view.
Logos designed to fill different needs
The Framingham District Kennel Club logo has different versions for 4 specific uses.
Logos with multiple versions
The more detailed drawings below are the primary logos. The simplified versions of each logo are more easily adapted for uses where the capabilities to reproduce in great detail are not possible. Each version is a separate, charged drawing.
Logos with individual elements
The Kool Koat logo demonstrates individual components created for additional use.
The logo in the frame is the primary logo. For business reasons, it was advantageous to also include the additional basic colors that the coats are available in. Each additional color of the coat on the dog was then also done in all separate options for use as needed.