Image notes: Chris Hardwick (Nerdist) recently joined forces with Chris Glass and Wire & Twineto create a new series of t-shirts. Their first creation is “Nice Tweets”, in honor of Chris’ Twitter addiction. Borrowed from http://laughingsquid.com.
Every week I take some of the most popular and interesting tweets that I come across and share them with my community. Enjoy!
With the present logo design awareness I think there is no need to explain the term ‘Negative Space’. To me, interpreting the negative space within a logo design is no child’s play and I deeply respect the designers who succeed coming up with such clever logo designs. Submitted by Logo Design Blog. Thanks!
For the last two years, I’ve been doing to designers what they usually do unto others. Which is to say, I’ve been observing and studying them, asking a lot of questions and trying to discern patterns. Here are a few things I’ve learned along the way.
One has to agree…within last few years advertising industry has manifestly overtaken the media world. Today print ads are conveying big messages to the world in an impressive and unforgettable manner. I believe print ads to be one of the fastest ways to attract potential customers but if they are not interesting or memorable, then they are useless. Lately, brands have been releasing such clever ads that without any description about the product, they have conveyed their message to their customers.
There are many mistakes we can make when designing logos for our clients or even ourselves. I have compiled a list of 10 common mistakes I’ve seen in mine and others work. This list is merely my view of a Top Ten.
Here are 40 intelligent logo designs showcasing the negative beauty of logo designing.
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Is it important that every time we talk about logo designing, we should do it seriously? Don’t get me wrong here…I don’t aim to underestimate the value of logo designing. But, all the logo design topics available on net reveal it as an unexciting and boring industry. We ignore the multiple aspects of logo designing, including its fun part.
Have you ever imagined the earth without colors…how boring and dull our lives would have been. My journey as a graphic designer has helped me learn the symbolic and psychological impact of different colors. Every color has a unique personality and delivers a different message. Therefore, when you get a logo design for your company, be very careful with the color selection. Always pick those colors which reflect the nature and characteristics of your business.