Logos are the face of a brand, it’s how a person distinguishes the brand for who they are. A logo design is the face of a company, a single visual identifiable mark with the sole purpose to identify. It’s possibly the most valuable visual asset a brand has and if designed incorrectly it can give off the wrong message within seconds. The logos in this article definitely do just that so let’s take a look at some examples of Logo Design Gone Wrong. Continue reading “Examples of Logo Design Gone Wrong”
Great company logos aren’t always easy to identify, because it takes time to pick up on the nuances. Be honest: how many times did you see the Amazon logo before you consciously recognised that the arrow went from A to Z? Or did you only spot it when you read about it? In this article, we discuss 5 Terrible Company Logos (And Why They Went Wrong)
A company without a logo is like a man without a face – no one can recognize it. It’s one of the most important elements of a brand’s visual identity and you need to approach logo design with all due attention and creativity. In this article, we talk about Good Logo Design vs Bad Logo Design: What’s the Difference.
A bad client can cost you more than just the time spent dealing with the hassle they create. There are greater risks like not getting paid, or having legal issues. I have a strong gut feeling when dealing with a bad client, and every time I’ve ignored it, it’s ended badly. Over time I learned to recognise the things they did leading up to a bad break-up. In this article we discuss 8 Red Flags to Avoid Bad Freelance Clients.