Logo Design Process in 7 steps

Creating a logo is a defying process that takes time and several steps to accomplish. To do it right, we have to pass through all of them. Please, take a look and if you have any questions, write to us This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. that we will be happy to answer you.

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Your logo will be the signature of your business/organization. Every new logo design starts with understanding the project and the client's business. Understanding what is offered, sold, and what needs to be communicated.

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#10YearsChallenge

How the brands faced the #10YearChallenge that dominates social networks. Let's see how they changed their image or logo over the years.

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Myths about trademarks

12 supposedly "universal" rules in designing trademarks.

Decades go by –almost a century– and in professional trademark design milieus (not to mention academic circles) we keep hearing amazing assertions, openly contradicted by fact. In large sectors of the discipline, work keeps being ruled by hard-to-eradicate myths: preconceived ideas, by their own nature, don't listen to reason or fact. See here twelve classic examples of professional mythology:

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Is your business taking advantage of Graphic Design?

Graphic design services are essential to promote your business effectively. People often see these visuals on products, services, advertisements, and on different branding material. If your graphic designs such as logos, websites, stationery, business cards are memorable, they can even help you build brand recognition.

Business promotion allows you to create brand identity for your business and by implementing brand promotion strategies you can keep your competitors at bay.

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Ideal Logo Structure

Great logo design requires a complex mixture of design skills, creative theory and skilful application. Any designer worth their salt can create a fit-for-purpose logo, but truly mastering all aspects of the craft takes time.

Of course, logo design is just one small sub-set of branding – which these days can incorporate a dizzying number of activation points, from interior design right through to tone of voice on social media – but the logo, or brand mark, remains the centrepiece of most branding schemes.

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