Jennergy’s Innovative Logo Design for AlignPro Solutions
AlignPro Solutions is a brand new company that was in need of a logo that could encompass the full range of their products and capabilities, but still leave room for growth. The company creates ergonomic solutions that prevent health problems such as carpal tunnel syndrome, and wanted a logo that represented their niche but left room for the products they create in the future.
Because AlignPro Solutions and CloudCush are such a unique client and product, Jennergy needed to create a logo design that spoke to their individual place in the market. The logo needed to raise the company to a professional level that matched the competition, who are almost all large corporations such as 3-M and Staples, but also needed to match the personality of the company it’s self.
The solution for this logo design is simple, sophisticated, and organic. The use of curved shapes, which align to one another into a unified arc shape abstractly relay what AlignPro does, without being too overt. The shapes of this logo easily translate into the subsidiary brand, CloudCush, and can also be effectively used in the future for new products. The use of blues and greens make this logo feel calm and inviting, and the use of one of these colors in the subsidiary ties them both together.
ABOUT ALIGNPRO SOLUTIONS
The CloudCush, formerly Wrist Solution, is a simple and affordable solution to a potentially painful problem. This new and unique computer mouse cushion Velcro’s onto the backside of any computer mouse. The patent pending, split- top design provides soft, resilient support to the sides of the wrist and heel of the hand, while the central area is free of pressure; protecting sensitive nerves, blood vessels and tendons from compression. All other products that are available, whether foam, gel, or beads have equal pressure across this sensitive area. The mouse, hand, and cushion move effortlessly in unison, with the wrist sitting comfortably still on the cushion. No more push, pull, or dragging. The elevation provides a more neutral position for the wrist