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How alison q2 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Sustainable Council Buildings
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Ironbark Sustainability is a specialist consultancy that works with councils and organisations around Australia by assisting them to reduce energy and water usage through sustainable asset and data management and on-the-ground implementation.
Ironbark has the capacity, the experience and ability to draw on a breadth of knowledge around sustainable asset management to ensure the development and successful completion of projects. Our main areas of expertise are in street lighting, buildings, data management, funding assistance, climate change strategies and action plans.
Over the last decade, Ironbark has assisted over 200 Australian local governments, SMEs, large organisations and state and federal government bodies with the implementation of sustainable asset management projects.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I'm not sure of the specific colors we use for our logo but I believe the orange is #E7662B or #ff7841 and the blue is #009acf. We would like to use the same colors. Our website is http://www.realaction.com.au
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The program aims to help decision makers in local government manage council buildings in a more sustainable way. The program offers a multifaceted and customizable support program where council staff can pick and choose various services depending on needs. Some of the program aspects include building benchmarking projects (energy, water, waste) in order to see where they can improve, assisting with planning policies, working with management and assisting with funding opportunities. We want a clean but modern design using the same color scheme as our current logo. Below are some screenshots with ideas of different building outlines that show modern building types we could incorporate. One idea is that the blue could fade into orange (or vice versa) and the cogs (that are now blue and orange) could be white and imprinted into the buildings.