Sagi Haviv is a partner and logo designer at Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv, this independent New York-based graphic design firm is responsible for many of the most famous logos of all time, including those for Mobil Oil, Chase bank, PBS, NBC, Showtime Networks, NYU, National Geographic, and Barneys New York. The firm most recently designed the new logo for Animal Planet. Check out Sagi’s new online class Designing Brand Symbols: The Principles & Process of Making Logos that Last.
Why would you want an animal logo? Well, for starters you could be in the pet/animal industry obviously. Secondly, you can piggyback on what the animal is able to convey about your company and the brand. If you think about it, even animals are in a way already established brands that represent various values and beliefs. In this article, we have put together The Ultimate Animal Logo Design Guide.
The 1980s was the decade in which we saw rapid growth in the quality of visual forms, especially in multimedia. From this perspective, some of them look quite outdated but in comparison with the 1970s, the development of design, fashion and video content was tremendous. The arrival of the IBM PC and the Macintosh paved the way to the further development of IT-visuals.
Tina Touli is a creative director, graphic communication designer, maker, speaker, and educator. She currently runs her own London based award-winning multidisciplinary studio and teaches at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.
Andrea Pinter has been working as an independent logo and brand identity designer for the past 5 years from the most northern point of Subotica, Serbia. She focuses on logo and brand development, as well as packaging and corporate identity design. Throughout her career, she also helped various companies with other marketing materials such as banner ads, posters, brochures and similar.
There are many people out there that think designing a logo is easy, well in their case slapping an icon next to their business name that’s been typed in a ridiculous font is easy but designing a logo that is creative with meaning is much more than that and requires hours, day, weeks and even months of research to fully understand the brand and its visual representation. In this article we discuss Making Your Logo Creative and Meaningful.
A logo is an organization embodying image. The logo does not represent companies’ brands or corporate identities
It is difficult to pay attention to today’s digital world as a new business. Trying to establish a strong, consistent and memorable brand is important for continued success. Read on about Logo design – Everything you need to know.
Today’s designer interview is with Von Glitschka,
Von is principal of Glitschka Studios a small boutique design firm located in the Pacific Northwest. His diverse range of illustrative design has been used by some of the most respected brands in the world. He creatively collaborates with ad agencies, design firms, in-house corporate art departments, and small businesses to produce compelling visual narratives. He is also the author of the book Vector Basic Training (Second Edition) which is a very good book i recommend owning.
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.
Today Designer Spotlight: Helseutvalget Brand Identity Spotlight
The Health Committee has updated visual identity, website, and printed material, following a need to collect all of its offers under the same profile.