There have always been little bits of engineering that define a car. Companies have been placing their signature house designs on their model line-ups for decades and these icons yield them brand recognition and publicity.
Logo redesign or evolution is similar to change in any other aspect of the business. While an abrupt alteration in the logo design can often break emotional ties with customers, it is also important to keep your business logo updated.
Learn how to overcome creative block when designing a logo. This article provides tips from professionals on how to get out of your funk and create a logo that’s ready for the world!
Way back in college – the early ’90s, to be precise – I was taught in graphic design class that huge companies continue to advertise because it’s important to keep their brand out there and in people’s minds.
With the NHL playoffs just around the corner, us hockey fans are getting ready for the drive to the cup. The world’s most prestigious trophy in all of sports (even if you don’t like hockey – everyone know it’s the coolest trophy).
The 2010 Winter Olympic Games kicked off this weekend! This year the games are hosted in our home country of Canada, and we’re pretty hyped about it.
The color blue is considered to be nonthreatening yet instill confidence. In addition, it’s a traditionally masculine color, so it’s no surprise that it also evokes ties to the corporate world. In advertising, blue is a good color choice for products with themes of clean liquids and airlines, according to Color Wheel Pro.
A logo helps create a certain image and feeling for a product/service which would resonate throughout the whole brand. No matter what it represents, it has to be simple and powerful. This a mash up of 45 amazing logos from Logofi.com. These designers understand what a logo needs, to be unique and successful.
Buckle up sports fans, a whole 120 Logo’s for you to drool over. I have been collecting these for a year or so, and now I present them to you. I think they are all very very cool, but I would like to hear what you think of the logo’s.