In life, there are a couple of things that will never go out of fashion, like the classic tuxedo, or the figure-hugging red dress with a long slit. When it comes to logos, there are also a couple of designs that will be with us for a long time. Logos that have stood the test of time and have been around for generations.
Creating a logo is easy, but creating a good logo is not. There are myriad things to consider when you’re creating your brand’s logo, and it’s easy to get lost down a rabbit hole of design. In this article we take a look at 4 Things To Learn From Looking At Some Of The World’s Oldest Logos.
Over the past few years, companies have tried their absolute best to stay ahead of their competitors. They make use of marketing strategies and blueprints to develop their brand and product image, use digital marketing to drive more traffic to their websites and work hard to gain the attention of the customers. Continuous development of their products and services followed by a strong online marketing strategy earns them a strong position in the market and in the heart of the customers. In this article, we are going to be looking at Optical corrections every logo designer should know about
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 From this perspective, some of them look quite outdated but in comparison with the 1970s, the development of design, fashion and video content was tremendous.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.
Human beings are visual creatures. Since the advent of advertising, marketers have taken advantage of this fact to help sell their wares.
That’s why, for many of us, the first thing we think about when we think of a brand is its logo. McDonald’s arches are arguably more famous than Ronald McDonald himself, while Coca-Cola’s swooping text is recognizable the world over.
To capture a brands personality and make it stand out above the competition it needs an eye-catching logo that is not only representative but also identifiably unique, memorable, adaptable and timeless. In this article, we take a look at The Art of Logo Design
As a designer who sells readymade design templates, you’d think I’d be a fan of premade logos. As it happens, I’m really not – but don’t call me out as a hypocrite just yet… there are some pretty good reasons why. Read on to find out Why A Premade Logo Isn’t Good Enough For Your Business
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 take a look at the History and analysis of successful logos and to understand what makes a great logo great, tips on how to make great logos.
Michael Cherkashin is an award-winning Graphic Designer and Creative Director in this article he shares his thoughts on logo design and how anyone can implement these practices to have a great logo for generations to last:
“You can mimic a result but not creativity” – Sonya Teclai
This one quote sums up the online logo generators in one short sentence. The idea of having a DIY cheap logo seems pretty tempting to all the startups, who are already on a tight budget, at the same time they have a lot of other things to deal with. I mean who doesn’t want to save a few bucks for the rainy days. Mainly when they have cumbersome tasks ahead to establish and sustain their startup brand. However, there are a few things which you just can’t compromise on, and your logo design is one of these.