A logo provides the foundation for an identity, and in a world where everything and everyone is a "brand", it's more important than ever that the foundation be sound. A logo needs to be distinctive, evocative and flexible enough to be used in a growing number of media.

Contact us when you're looking for a thoughtful, well-researched logo that will stand the test of time.

ALDI Design logo
ALDI Design
ALDI Design, named after partners Alex Loshak (graphic design and photography) and Diane Johnson (editing and transcription)

Quadrant Software logo
Quadrant Software

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Ottawa Childrens Choir

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Charles Conway
Computer Consultant

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Wayne Nichol
Music Promoter

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The Federal Identity Program was much abused until we redrew all 120 departments in three type weights with English and French versions. Service Canada is my favourite.

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Conference Logos

Conference logos are special. Sometimes a client has a specific list of elements to include – often ones that can only be identified by a limited audience. Titles are often long enough to be unwieldy. More so when they need to be bilingual. Even more so when multiple congresses are combined. Acronyms are popular.

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International Marine Biotechnology Conference / Conférence internationale en biotechnologie marine
International Society for Clinical Biostatistics / Société internationale pour la biostatistique clinique
International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics / Congrès international de mécanique théoretique et appliquée

By happy coincidence, the science of quantum dots uses a graphic, with a meaning known only to those in the field, that complements the mountainous background of the venue.