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DTP Shipping Solutions Logo

2 years ago by Enzo
Hi!

For this brief, I played around with the initials 'dtp' in lowercase and came up with a monogram logo. I made sure that it would be recognizable, visible, and adaptable in printed formats.

Let me know what you think!
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Beautiful and creative.
4 months ago by Ijeoma Theodora Osagie - Reply
I really like this logo! Good job!
4 months ago by Sara Alami - Reply
don't get me wrong when I saw the logo first I thought it is related to medical stuff then I read the brief and came to know it's a shipping service provider.
5 months ago by Shaqeeb - Reply

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DTP Shipping

2 years ago by Tiffany
DTP Shipping Solutions fake client brief. B2B shipping services based in Dallas, TX needing a logo to put on office supplies and trucks with a professional comparable to UPS, USPS, FedEx, etc ....
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DTP Shipping Solutions

1 year ago by James Bown
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Clean & easy, you could understand this logo from faraway.
9 months ago by Diego van Sommeren - Reply
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11 months ago by amr - Reply

DTP Shipping Solutions

11 months ago by Digital
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This is a really creative logo! but, if i were you i would try to make the "DTP" equally spaced between the "shipping solutions" and the logo (take this advice with a grain of salt because I'm not good at spotting details lol)
4 months ago by Vincen - Reply
good design
11 months ago by Mhamed Salama - Reply

DTP Shipping Company Logo Design

2 years ago by RaspberryPi
My name is Lorrie and I am the marketing director of DTP Shipping
Solutions, a shipping company based in Dallas, Texas. We currently
provide shipping services to businesses based in Texas but we are
looking to expand to more states and think a new logo would fit great
with the expansion.
Because we provide a B2B service, our logo needs to look very formal
and professional. Other shipping businesses� logos are great examples
of this but we don�t want it to look like those. Make it unique and
recognizable. The logo will need to be printed on our entire fleet of
trucks and vans but also on office supplies like pens and paper and thus
needs to work well on all of those formats.
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I really like this design. the colours work really well together. I would suggest to simplify it a bit and just keep the hexagon with circles surrounding DPT.
2 years ago by Battery Barry - Reply

DTP Shipping Solutions

5 months ago by Omar Alrawi
The logo is designed in a bold form giving the sense of a solid, reliable company. also, the logo is sheared forward to represent the speed of delivery.
This is my second Logo Design attempt, so what do you think?
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If this truly is just your second attempt at logo design, stick with it because YOU’RE DOING IT RIGHT! This is a great logo and you’re certainly on the right track. As a suggestion, consider a common baseline for both your logo and your logotype. That’s not to say that every logo and corresponding logotype should have a common baseline… just in this case (I think) it would streamline the design. Your “D”, “T”, and “P” ought to be on the same baseline (your “D” is a touch above your “TP”). As well, (in this case) your logotype ought to be on that same baseline. Maybe even consider putting “Shipping Solutions” on the same line in a larger font size with a light weight to contrast with the logo itself. Lastly, I love how you’ve dotted your i’s with orange, nice touch! Looking forward to seeing more of your work!
5 months ago by A.T. Norman - Reply
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