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I have spent a lot of times reading the other threads in this forum, and I must say that I am slightly ashamed of posting a logo of such inferior quality... but you have to start somewhere.
I am creating a logo for our company, b10 solutions inc. The company will provide consulting services in bioinformatics (computer science applied to biology). I wanted the logo to be simple and to show a mix of both fields, so I constructed the word "bio" (biology) out of 0's and 1's (computers). It's not really original, but I find it better than using a double helix to represent biology (examples of double helixes on top of my head: IDT, Genome Canada, Sanbi, Stratagene, Beckman, Invitrogen, VWR and Bio Can).
As you will probably notice instantly when looking at the attached logo, I have no formation whatsoever in graphic design (only an interest). We unfortunately cannot afford to pay for a graphic designer at this time. We definitedly will one day.
Of course, I will be really thankful of any comment or critique I get concerning the logo, but I am particularly interested to find out about basic or technical errors I made. Things that anyone with some education in graphic design will spot right away.