Nvolve Logo

For more than 15 years, Nvolve has been involved in various SaaS innovations, through partnerships, off-the-shelf technology and custom-built solutions in varying industries.

In that time the Nvolve brand has adapted to the times, which are in perpetual-transformation.

We’ve seen the uptake of web-based applications through to the normalisation of the mobile-connected world.

Various product innovations have helped shape the Nvolve brand over time, including Learning, Employee Engagement and Communications technologies.

So, we thought we’d have a bit of fun and showcase the logo and some of the changes.

Story of the Nvolve Logo

Starting in 2005, Nvolve was providing keypad response systems and web-based applications to the manufacturing sector.
The logo represented the company as a Tech Start-up.

By the turn of the decade, Nvolve was now the corporate brand for several products including Group Learner, Respond Point and Tablet Examiner to name a few. The Nvolve Group logo helped tie it all together.

In 2018, with digital technology connecting people and businesses together more often, Nvolve streamlined the brand bringing all products and services back under one name – Nvolve.

Nvolve Logo Features

The new logo includes the N-Icon, which can be used as a stand-alone feature, mainly for apps and digital media, the N-Icon celebrates technology and our relationship with it.

Nvolve Logo N Icon Loader GIF

The Nvolve brand name is now upright and bold – A statement of our confidence in delivering technology solutions to the world!

A healthy amount of Blue within the Grey text is also used as a solid colour within our technology solutions, and is designed to work with multiple colours.

The key reason for this is that Nvolve’s web, tablet and mobile applications allow users to incorporate their own brand-identity and colour-scheme. Due to this, we needed a neutral colour that would not clash with these other brand colours.

Considerable research showed us that the colour blue can take the muddiness (brown colour) out of grey.

Here’s an example of what I mean in relation to the Muddiness of regular grey. (Apologies to any colour blind folks as these 2 colours possibly look the same).

Nvolve Grey


We’re not the only company taking this colour approach.
Take a look at Google Search Console and the Sage Accounting Platform as examples.

Google Search Console and Sage Examples

Anyway, that wraps up our brief story about the Nvolve Logo. I hope you enjoyed it!

Don’t forget you can interact with our brand anytime via LinkedIn.

All the best 🙂