Demonstration Of A Colour Logo Font
We can produce high quality colour Logo Fonts, using an image separation process. The example below demonstrates this.
Each colour in the logo is separated, and assigned to a different letter on the keyboard. To recreate the logo, all you have to do is type each letter that makes up the font, and change the colour of each letter to match the separated colour.
In this three colour example, the letters A (blue), B (orange) and C (grey) look like the example to the above left when displayed as 'Arial'. When changed to the Logo Font, they look like the example on the above right.
The first two letters (A and B) have zero width, so they overlap each other when typed. The letter C is the same width as the logo, so that the next typed letter does not overlap.
The image to the right is a screenshot of a Colour Logo Font created by our service. You can view a demonstration of this font in two ways:
Microsoft Word Document.
With this version you can try changing the font and re-sizing it. Don't just judge the quality of the image by looking at it on screen as this does not illustrate the quality of the image. Go ahead and open the document, and print out a colour version at your highest quality printer settings. This is the best demonstration of the quality that can be achieved with a Custom Logo Font.
PDF version of the Microsoft Word document.
If you cannot view Microsoft Word Documents, click here to see a PDF version of the same document. (Note: You may need to download a free PDF document viewer from www.adobe.com to view this file).
Try printing out the document at your highest quality printer settings. This is another good demonstration of the quality that can be achieved with a Logo Font.Important Note: The success of colour logo reproduction is dependent on the complexity of the image, the number of colours, and the presence of colour gradients. Logos with colours gradients or logos that contain photographs are particularly unsuitable for conversion (see examples below). We will only attempt a colour conversion if we feel the results are going to be acceptable. If necessary, we will ask you to formally approve a preview of the finished font before completing the work.
Gradient ColoursThis logo (left) is unsuitable for conversion into a font because it contains colour gradients. The blue background fades to white and the letters have a yellow / orange gradient. When the colours are reduced to produce the logo font, the colours become banded (see example on the right).
This blue and yellow logo (right) has no colour gradients, and is therefore suitable for conversion.
You can download the actual Quantum Enterprises Logo Font and the above Demonstration font from the Examples page.
If you're not sure of your requirements, or have specific question to ask, click here to contact us