DESYMFONY is a brand created for Hispanic conferences on PHP, Symfony and its ecosystem.
I the was second finalist in a competition for a brand where we had to imbue the feelings of the annual conferences of Symfony for PHP developers, Symfony and its ecosystem. I created a simple logotype with a typography tied to its objective and some signs recalling the world of programming. This is the result...
Here's the symbol, which is part of the logo and which we will turn into an accessory shape.
In order to do it, we used the insertion point line, so usually seen when programming.
We use Andale Mono by Steve Matteson for the logotype typography, since it's the number one choice
of typography for many programmers and it's used in text editors and IDEs.
For the secondary typography, we use Ubuntu by Dalton Maag.
We flip the DE of the logo 7 degrees resulting in a feeling of speed,
dynamism, simplicity and user-friendliness.
And finally here we have the complete brand with its respective colors.
Easy and functional, isn't it?