I should imagine that all creatives at some point get asked “where do you find logo design inspiration as a designer?” or “where did that idea come from for that logo?”
I must say I get asked the question “Where do you find logo design inspiration?” at least once a week and there is honestly no right or wrong answer to this question. Each designer has their own process and ways of gaining inspiration
As an individual creative professional, we as designers need to find our process and ways of gaining inspiration as everyone is different in their approaches when commissioned to a design project they then need to find inspiration for.
In this community-based article, we discuss Where to find logo design inspiration, with insights from designers we have interviewed, and other designers from the design community who answer the question Where do you find logo design inspiration?
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Great logo design doesn’t just come from nowhere.
It takes time, development, and patience to get all the components just right.
Even though logo design is mostly digital nowadays, how can you improve your drawing skill to help your logo development?
Within this blog post, you will discover 5 expert tips to improve your drawing skill, which in turn, can lead to more successful logo development, more refined logo artwork, and a higher degree of skill.
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In this article, we will be discussing the Common Logo Mistakes in Brand Identity Design. If I was to ask other logo designers what their biggest irritations were with logo design I’m pretty sure they would all come out with quite a few similar ones.
In this article, I thought I would mention a few which I feel affect logo design the most and can basically make a very poor logo design.
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Having a strong personal brand is crucial if you want to build a successful design career.
When you’re applying to jobs or reaching out to clients, a strong personal brand can help make you more memorable, showcase your style and tone of work, and convince people that you’re truly passionate about design outside of your 9-5 job. It also shows that you have an opinion or point of view about design and are willing to boldly attach that opinion to yourself for everyone to see!
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Designing a perfect logo takes an investment of time, effort, and careful consideration, but this process is not a one-and-done kind of deal. Maintaining currency and relevance as a business develops and evolves can be tricky without revisiting existing branding. A good logo design must be able to adapt in order to ensure a business can keep its best face forward as all manner of change inevitably takes place.
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It’s time to show your work today we’re going to learn how to present logos and identity projects.
So What Is This
this here is a logo presentation methodology homed by years of stakes School of Hard Knocks presenting logos is a science, not art so by learning this methodology you’ll be able to sell your logo designs easier to your prospective clients
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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? Me too. But now that I’m a designer, I really wish I had stayed awake in Geometry. Join us in this article as we discuss Using the Golden Ratio in Logo Design
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I get a lot of designers asking me – “is it important to sketch and draw logos in a sketchbook as I’m not very good at drawing?”. In this article we dig deep into the Logo Design Sketchbook, Documenting The Process
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