First impressions count, right? But you should never judge a book by its cover either, correct? As humans we can’t help making connections and drawing conclusions from what we see around us. So as a entrepreneur, it’s crucial that you new business logo design communicates a bold and clear message to your viewers. What does your logo say to them? Are there any emotional reactions they invoke in the spectator? Does your logo make your business look unprofessional?
Tag: Graphic Design
A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words
In this post we go over the specifics of uploading sample artwork to your contest brief and why it’s so important!nike air max 93
Are you ready for some more Color Theory! In this post we follow up on our Make Your Colors Count article with some helpful terms, an analysis on a few extra colors, and tips on how to choose the right colors for your logo!
As I’m sure you’re aware, choosing what you want your logo to say is very important business. When your target audience sees it, they will immediately draw stereotypes and conclusions about your business by what you present to them. It’s important that they make a bond with that image. This is why some people consider using animals in their logo design.nike air jordan 23
Make Your Logo Colors Count
It can be obvious to the trained eye, but there are some logos that have something purposefully hidden inside of their design. In this post we’ll examine ten contest winning logos from LOGO123, and uncover the secrets they have hidden inside.
LOGO123 Case Study – LockDown
Today we are going to analyze one of the earlier projects on Logo123.com. “Lockdown” is a new live action challenge taking place in the confines of one room. They wanted to start the business off with an attention-grabbing logo. In this case study, we will review the design process and find out:
1) What did the designer do that was so accommodating?
2) How was the communication between the client and designer? and
3) Why did revisions make a difference in this contest?
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