Image means just about everything in the world of business today. Logos tend to reflect the company and the nature of the goods and services it has to offer. Basically, there are 3 types of logos to choose from. These include illustrative logos, font based or text based logos and graphic logos.
Logos must be designed in such a way that their clients are able to analyze their meanings and associate them with different industries. The basic features such as color, shape, font sizes and textures are key factors in determining the manner in which a logo may look upon its final presentation. The fonts, images and colors tend to act as 'silent salesmen' for the logos of a particular industry.
Bio Technology firms and industries are likely to have colors of bottle and jade green, blue, red and yellow colors, and even neon colors associated with their basic logo designs. One is more likely to stumble upon circular-shaped and elliptical-style logo designs when logging onto bio technological websites. Complex shapes in the form of analytical laboratory apparatus, and molecules ranging from very small sized ones to parabolic shaped ones are very common among Biotechnology logos.
Ripple effects are added to the designed logos to give that superfluous effect to the logos. The colors and style are applied in such a way that it creates a lasting impression in the minds of everyone who views the logo design. The shades of green and mustard yellow are added to the logos to give that extra customized effect and lend a feeling of enthusiasm, faith, loyalty and intellectual. Usually Times Roman fonts or Ariel fonts are used in designing Biotechnology logos.
Versatility is a very important factor to consider when designing biotechnology logos. What this means is that, they must look presentable, and match every environment they are placed on, from huge sidewalk billboard signs and brochures to company newsletters and company packaging boxes.