There's no shortage of brain logos to draw inspiration from but we felt a generic approach did not embody the full body of the services BIAT provides - including providing education and information, referral services as well as systemic advoacy.View live project
There were a series of iterations to get to the final BIAT logo, developed though input from a range of stakeholders which is always a challenging but rewardnig process.
The final outcome for the BIAT logo embodies the many ideas tested, however a key criteria was that the new logo had to be recognised as a brain. The new logo was derived from the profile form of a brain, yet stripped back to create a modern and recognisable form,
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What we personally like about working with BIAT is their role in making brain injury, an incredibly complex topic, as comprehendible as possible for various people - the logo also had to do this.
We believe this is achieved this through the stripped back outcome - making it clear and simple, combined with the use of both complimentary and contrasting colours. The logo also goes beyond 'just a brain' to offer a sense of dynamism and embody the multi-faceted services BIAT provides through the two lines and pop of colour.
The new BIAT logo was launched as a part of BIA week in August 2017, along with the updated BIAT website and video, and was incredibly well received as a part of a successful week. We're looking forward to seeing more ways in which the clever, refreshing update can benefit the not for profit organisation.
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