Logos are essential for every business. It’s a representation of their brand, which is why companies pay lots of money to hire people who can create an excellent logo for them. If you want to be a logo designer, you need to start by taking a graphic design course. Doing sketches and doodles isn’t enough to become successful in this field.
Here are some good reasons why taking a graphic design course is beneficial for future logo designers:
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A logo is not just a fancy image that companies or organizations etch on their products and other visual marketing tools they have, it is a very important part of a business or organization’s reputation management.
In fact, most times, customers can usually differentiate between different companies based on their logo design which is why a business, company or organization cannot afford to underestimate the importance of an impactful logo especially since the logo gives them an identity.
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Typography is a critical part of the design, but unfortunately, it is not always well planned out. You can create excellent exemplification, pictures, and other graphic content but if the typography of your design is not good on your products, it could easily turn off potential buyers of your products and services
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You may not have given much thought to logos before, but your company’s logo is actually one of the most important marketing aspects to consider. A logo plays an essential role in a company’s branding. It is often a customer’s first experience with your company and is the symbol people come to associate with your brand. It is important that you follow certain design rules when creating your logo so that it effectively represents you and your brand. Read on to learn about 10 Essential Logo Design Rules
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When designing a logo there are many factors that go into creating a brand’s visual identity below is a list of areas a logo/brand identity designer should take into consideration when creating a logo design.
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In this Logo Book Review, we are going to be taking a look at Logo Design Love by David Airey – A guide to creating iconic brand identity’s published in 2009 and a popular logo design book by David Airey an Irish Graphic Designer. The book has received a vast amount of credit from the design community and can be found on the bookshelves of thousands of logo designer’s around the world.
I have had this book since it was first released and it’s been a very valuable resource for me over the past 9 years. It’s one of those books I think every logo and brand identity designer should own. It’s perfect if you’re just starting out or if you’re like me and experienced designer whos been in the game for near two decades it’s also worth owning!
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In this article we discuss Designing a Better Logo Design
Have a browse around the internet, you may be left with the impression that designing a logo is easy; most logos look very simplistic and you may be under the impression that not alot of work goes into them. Actually, there’s more to crafting a brand’s visual identity than just placing a name in a box or next to some clip art and calling it a day.
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What makes a logo design feel “perfect”? How do you fine-tune simple shapes to achieve visual stopping power? Learn how to design a modern, minimalistic logo from start to finish, and then add that extra punch of perfection to make it stand the test of time.
In this 30-minute class, graphic designer George Bokhua walks us through his process of incorporating grids and geometric shapes into logos so that you can unlock that feeling of timelessness in your own marks.
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Remember those times in math class when you questioned how and when you’d ever use math in the real world?
But now that I’m a designer, I really wish I had stayed awake in Geometry.
Well into my design career I learned about the Golden Ratio and how to use it in design. As I studied it I realized this knowledge was one of the missing pieces in my design education. Who knew?!
In this post you’ll get a crash course on what the Golden Ratio is, why and how I use it in logo design, and how you can start applying it to your work.
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What a great class for you to checkout here: Layouts for Lettering With Jon Contino: Hierarchy, Composition, and Type Systems it’s quite intense and not you average skillshare course but you will defiantly learn a allot.
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