Choosing a logo for your startup Business means finding the core and principals of your business. It’s a chance to show your business’ identity and business values in a way that is straightforward and expressive.
In today article The Logo Creative is going to talk about How Long Does It Take To Design a Logo.
Now there are a few things that can affect the time scale of a logo design project and the main thing is the process that your designer will go through when creating your Logo / Brand Identity. I thought it would would be helpful for both clients and also other logo designers who follow me on social media if I run through my logo design process today to give you an idea of how much attention to detail I take through my process and you can then compare that with other designers and see if they are someone that you want to work with or if you would rather work with a designer who follows a similar process to my own so let’s take a look at that process and see what’s involved.
In this article The Logo Creative discusses the topic of Improve The Flow of Your Logo Design Process
Creating a unique visual identity for any brand can be quite a challenge, because there are so many things to factor in. The process is not as simple as throwing your creative juices into the project – that’s just a small fraction of it. Logo design demands a lot more from any graphic designer, and these demands cannot be seen as too overwhelming or over the top. It is what it is, and logo design will always be one challenge that creatives can either miserably fail at, or greatly excel in.
Start-ups don’t have it easy. You have to hurdle finance management, business modelling and product development. And even then, there are plenty more challenges to come. One of the biggest tests facing start-ups is gaining a share of the existing market.
This is especially difficult for tech start-ups, who are entering a market that has become heavily saturated over the past decade. But it isn’t impossible, especially if your brand stands out from the crowd. Ready to find out more? Read on for our tips to successfully branding your tech start-up.
In this article The Logo Creative looks at some really nice branding and packaging design i stumbled across – Blend Packaging Design by Siegenthaler &Cob We tweeted about this earlier this month and it got some good likes and re-tweets so it’s definitely worth its own featured post for design inspiration and a job well done and the fact that i personally as McDonald’s would say “Im Lovin it!”
In this article The Logo Creative looks at What if The Biggest Rival Brands Combined Logos
Imagine if some of the worlds leading brand names joined in partnership with their biggest rival and the logo design needed to be combined and create a hybrid of the two logos. the out come would be very intreating