Every company has some type of logo that they used to identify themselves to their customers. This logo could be brand new or decades old. Business owners occasionally feel the urge to change their logo. However, is it possible to redesign an existing logo? Is the urge to do so for an important reason and may it be done without damaging your company’s reputation or existing business?
No business owner wants their logo or marketing materials to appear like an amateur has put them together. When a potential customer goes to compare to like companies, the one that appears more knowledgeable and appealing will often win them over. Attractive marketing materials are essential since they are often the first impression a person has of a company or business.
Unfortunately, hiring a talented graphic designer involves quite a bit of money. Many budgets cannot bend their budgets to accommodate this type of service. So, how does a company ensure they are not only hiring the right designer, but that they are getting them at the best possible price?
In today’s news round-up we take a refreshing look at quite possibly the most difficult and challenging aspect of graphic design, which is logo design. We have some inspirational posts and some highly educational logo redesign round-ups which should stimulate all of your creative minds and inspire you in your next logo design project.
Today’s news focuses on only one single design resource… and what a FREE resource it is! It is The User Interface Design Framework from webalys.com, which is basically a huge design framework that consists of a complete GUI library, a set of of 260 minimal vector icons and a massive Illustrator style library. This is a must have resource for any professional designer.
In today’s news round-up we have a collected a selection of articles that focus on logo inspiration. From the collection below there are well over 150 logos, covering many different styles (ambigrams, music, business…) and all have one thing in command: They are all creative and inspirational.
Taking on the responsibility of designing a logo, is an important aspect of an entities ability to stand out. This skill shouldn’t be taken lightly, especially if the logo will define a company’s representation. Conceiving a logo design calls for great amounts of practice and hard earned experience. Once you find out how to bring your concept to life, everything will fall into place.
Along with much needed practice, there are a few crucial rules to take into account when aiming towards a design that will effectively portray your clients identity while structuring their brand(s). Below you’ll find yourself glaring at a few crucial rules to follow when designing an effective logo that will set your client’s business apart from the rest.
The hardest sub-category of graphic design is the the design of a logo. A logo needs to encapsulate the essence of a product/organization as well as being instantly recognizable. A very, very difficult combination to achieve. You only get one chance to design an effective logo, it has to be right first time, as to constantly change the design can be counter-productive and decrease a products value.
In todays news we have collected the best recent logo inspiration posts.
In the news today we have a mixed bag of resources. To start with we have a great selection of creative and inspirational logos, secondly, a huge selection of fresh fonts and, finally, a showcase of beautiful examples of Urban Decay photography. Enjoy. Continue Reading →