How Ryder Todd Smith started their logo design journey
P3 Solutions Group
P3 Solutions Group (P3SG) is a partnership among local government experts to focus on the needs of local governments to build and develop projects that require unique financing or capital structuring. The concept of public private partnerships are well explained here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public…artnership
P3SG combines the expertise of a large scale construction company with a strong financial partner and a strong local government finance firm to deliver on projects.
The firm is lightweight and agile because it combines only the best of each of the required elements in a partnership structure. It is a professional services firm.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
P3SG is focused on state and local governments (counties, cities, water districts, sanitation districts, etc.) in California, Nevada, Arizona and Oregon. Within those type of organizations are executive administrators or directors of finance who have the greatest interest an capital project financing options and large scale construction projects.
This is an existing market that has been around since the 1980's.
Marketing efforts will consist of printed materials, conferences, website and one on one relationship building.
Image needs to look good in both black and white and in color.
If the Logo can integrate seamlessly with "Solutions Group" by being a play on P3, that would be better.
The imagery should convey stability, durability and cooperation to achieve a shared objective.
The image will be used both on the web as well as printed materials and in a large format booth
Our preference is to stick with blue tones of some form when in color.
Our URL will be http://www.p3solutionsgroups.com
All fonts, if used, will be san-serif
Stylized text for the name "P3 Solutions Group" should be a part of the overall strategy and presentation and preferably with a font that is either common and relatively inexpensive to acquire.
I am looking for a PSD or high resolution TIFF file as the output. EPS works, too.