Muslim Aid Australia Logo (Image uploaded):
"This logo has a simple image, to me it represents a droplet of water, which links to the work done by MAA, sharing and giving water to those who needs it.
We need a simple image that links to what we do at Zaytuna; ethical, physical work that heals the earth, provides food abundance and trains individuals to be able to recreate that anywhere in the world.
This logo has a very professional look, due to the font and colour palette, however it does not look ‘businessy’, I think this is in part due to the lowercase letter usage for the acronym also.
The logo gives a feeling of ‘Honesty’, i think this is due to it’s simplicity and the choice of green used for the image. Though it will also be because of the name of their brand, how direct it is to the work they do and the type of work they do: “Muslim ‘AID’ Australia”.
I really like the font colour used, it isn’t a solid colour, it is somewhat faded, it’s very comfortable on the eyes and again looks very professional.
The framing of the logo is clever, with a simple image to the left and the lettering from the center to the right of the logo it invites the viewer to focus on the wording at first look, rather than be preoccupied by the image. Again, the image is very simple and doesn’t make the viewer want to spend too much time looking at it
I like the idea of using lowercase for the acronym and capitals for the full name as this is usually done the other way round and makes the viewer notice it for a split second, this in turn creates a reason to potentially remember the logo and therefore the brand name."
Geoff Lawton Online Logo and Web design:
Please check out this link for an idea of the style we are after, This link is to a sister-site of ours.
Permaculture Research Institute:
This is another sister-site of ours with a lot of content created on Zaytuna farm and from outside writers and farmers.
We would like you to look at this site to try to get a feel for what we are after.
We are after something that shows the practical side to our work, something rustic, but not lacking in the organic feel. Earthy colours.