One thing that I love about logo design is how unique and personal it can be. Despite having such a small canvas size to work from, if you gave 100 different designs the same logo design brief, you can be sure you’ll get back 100 different logo designs.
We’ve all had our fair share of rejected design ideas. It’s just part of the job. Rather than chucking failed projects out with the trash though, locking rejected designs away for a rainy day may prove to be more useful than you might think.
We round up a big batch of logos to give you a jump start of inspiration and creativity. Check after the break to find your favorite.
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Every week we are discovering new, awesome, design stars and showcasing them right here. The spotlight may hit on a logo designer, UI designer, web or graphic designer—we’re bringing you a new talent.
Developing design for a fashion company or brand is unique work. When people look at a particular fashion brand, they want a sense of uniqueness and style that must match the style of clothes, but also be able to portray a sense of uniqueness that appeals to their target market. Here’s a look at 30…
Long before you know anything about a company, its logo and name tell you what to expect. Here are ten companies that do it better than the rest.
It’s been said that image is everything, but just how true is that statement? Do first impressions really last a lifetime? Should a business worry as much about its brand image as it does about its products? The answer to these questions is an unequivocal “yes.”
With all the hours spent working on your latest designs, illustrations and creations, it’s important to be able to make the most of them and use your designs in the most interesting ways possible. This can help get your designs noticed, and open up exciting new avenues and opportunities that can really make your work…
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.