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The color scheme is a burnt orange (not as burnt as Texas Longhorns) and a charcoal gray. The gray looks a ton better than black by the way. The blue canopy on the building is something we're stuck with as far as the color. The building owner at first wanted us to use this uniform font on the canopy that he had for all signage. It was crap. Luckily we got him to back down and got our logo on there, which looks great. We are going to do golf shirts, coffee mugs, and pens soon.

were you guys able to get the gradient to work? Or just straight 2 tone?

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That is an answer to the other thread about what makes a good logo. It is simple and effectively conveys the name of the business with out a bunch stars and firewoorls and crap. it is a simple solid image that a mortgae company should reflect.

Congrats

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The business cards and letter head have a slight gradient. We use the logo with the full gradient on fliers and web graphics. The printer just made the gradient with white on the paper products to keep it at two colors. A third color would have cost us a lot more. they look great anyway.

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Pat, looks like all those years of doodling butterflies and unicorns in your notebooks has finally paid off! :P

Yeah, right underneath where he was scribbling "Mrs. Patrick Fiasco" over and over -- with a heart dotting the "i's" of course.

All kidding aside, that's awesome to see your work actually in commercial use. Good work!

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