Beautiful type, but I don't think I would have selected such a rounded typeface. It somehow looks slow and gentle while the company's name suggests speed. The main issue however is the tail of the Q. Because it's rounded, it almost looks like a text balloon (as seen in comics. I don't know if it's really called a text balloon). If the tail would be more square with a diagonal cut, both that issue as well as the slowness issue would be solved.
I might add though that the 1 inside the Q is simple but striking. The presentation of the logo is very bad though. Either showcase it in a clean environment or printed on a box, but the damaged wall is ugly and counter-productive to the concept.
Even though the mark alone doesn't tell me much, it's a nice game for the company's initial letter and the 1 in order to get a simple/fast memorable symbol, contrary to some comment about some bubble down there, I think you can perfectly go that way since the "theme line" is explanatory enough.
If I were QuickOne's CEO I'd definitely reject this specific logo. Why? you ask, well as a logo designer myself I can tell that you didn't managed to capture the nature (in film music we call it Soul) of the company. Not the bubble (where did the bubble idea came from?) and not the text design, which despite its italic style (what I'd include in this logo as well), it still looks quite static, which is not what we want to present in a logo for a delivery company.
In addition, to make it look fast and sharp I'd try and see if a certain underline can help me here (for example, the underline used in EduVale's logo at [link]).
Bubble? Where did you see it? You think that a graphical part of the logo is bubble? No, it's not. It is "Q" -- the fist letter from the first word. You are the one who call it "bubble".
Italic style is enought to show all dynamics in this separatelly taken case. If need more dynamics for packages, adv, identity etc it will be represented in a context, but in any way in logo. The logotype should be looked equally well and qualitatively both on the fax, on the car, on the white paper etc. It's my point of view.
The logo should be a logo, instead of a picture or illustaration.
I'm truly sorry for you Maxim, but you don't seem to appreciate serious critics. As a logo designer myself, I devoted my own time to try and make you improve your designing skills (and let's face it, every artist still needs some improvments, nobody's perfect), however you seem to get your nerves on while not getting totally amateur and childish comments (such as cool, wow, awesome and others) to make you feel better with yourself. Bottom line, you have to face reality, if you didn't need constructive critics you probably wouldn't have been here anyway.
I can't agree with you more, my friend. You are absolutely right. I suppose I was "young and stupid" back then at 17, and I'd like to use this chance to indeed apologize for these unfair words of mine.
I wouldn't write anything near that these days, thankfully. Thanks a lot for your honest notes!
Dear Aston, my purpose at all was not to offend you. Probably my manner to talk and knowledge of English have made on you wrong impression. I am glad that you have spent your time for me and have written constructive comment. But I sincerely consider that you are mistaken.