Every designer has one primary goal while designing. To make sure it’s as ‘unique’ as possible. Influence from other designs and patterns may very well form the contributing factor for a remarkable design. Nevertheless a designer has to make sure not to cross a certain boundary while influencing himself with other patterns. Because there could be a single brush stroke that may not be unique but not 10 of them, meaning which a design or in this case a cleaning and maintenance logo design could either be exclusive or look like an extravagant copy. It is at the end of it all in the designer’s hands to find matches and eliminate similarities.
The first thing that would pop to any one’s mind when thinking of a cleaning and maintenance logo design would either be a broomstick or a vacuum cleaner in the hands of a pretty female with the title in the middle or the right with a unique trademark. This worked probably in the 70’s and 80’s. But the idea now has evolved so much so that each designer has a new perspective from small brushes used in fonts to that of water droplets on window panes being used to form the name of a cleaning company. But ultimately even the above becomes monotonous. Hence for a designer it is imperative to cash in on the organizations goals, motto or their vision and then incorporate the same within the final logo. This could lead to a remarkable design associated with a single specific cleaning company with an increased life span and thus thoroughly corresponsive.
Final Depiction – Colors, Fonts & Trends.
Blue is what is mostly seen to be the conclusive choice for designers for a cleaning and maintenance logo. But it has been so universal that ‘now’ they try to blend in abstract colors with the final image. More or less, adapting to colors instead of just a single color, statistically seems to be more beneficial. Colors like brown, green, red, black, yellow all are in favor for this specific industry.
Fonts on the other hand range from Sans Serif, Cooper Black and Forte. Most organizations benefit from the standard brush stroke font and thus ringing in uniqueness to the complete image.
New images or design intuitions also play a significant role and thus could lead to an exclusive Cleaning and Maintenance Logo Design. But a designer has to be ware when influencing his final image with the current trends, it may look good in black and white but quite the opposite in color. Hence hinting a new trend could be positive but not instilling the complete package.