Just make sure you don’t incorporate le petit Nicolas into the new logo by mistake.
As an old wargamer, I think hexagons are a great idea.
Some colour ideas I just had: http://fav.me/d8nb1df
I also like the idea of the various Brainz projects fitting together. And yes, as Billy Yank implies, hexagons are a good way to do this. I fear, though, that it’s easy to make it look like a cartoon or a game tile.
Since clean, uncluttered designs seem to be popular these days, here’s one possibility: http://www.clipartbest.com/clipart-9czx6onKi
Another might be to have a common background, or a set of related backgrounds e.g., the outline of a brain), with a different icon for each project:
Love the hexagons! Only thought I have is that I wouldn’t be scared of keeping it too simple – just strong hexagons with very little embellishment could be a really strong look. But I’m sure your designer knows what he’s doing! Must be pretty good – his process looks just like mine 😛
Just wanted to share some quick sketches because I think it’s interesting that some of the ‘connection’ imagery is really similar! I never got any further though
Thanks for posting your picture — I love seeing people’s thought processes. And I’m actually leaning towards keeping things simple. Some of the designs that our designer drew were really nice, but too intricate.
From the (somewhat silly) train ride back from the summit in 2013:
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