Articles Tagged ‘Logo Design’

Logo Design Process For Open Data Science

Time to share a new documented brand identity process! The logo design project I’ll be sharing in this brief is with Open Data Science, a start-up organization by a return client which I had a good experience with on our first project Stock-Fight.

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Purely Typographic Logo Designs to Inspire

Get ready for a quality list of typographic logo design inspiration.

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Brand Identity Mistakes to Avoid

A business does not rest solely on it’s brand identity, but the affects can take a toll if done improperly. So many times I see branding being neglected, opportunities wasted, and poorly planned strategy. Here are some mistakes any business should avoid.

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Paula Scher Designs Windows 8 Identity

Meeting with Microsoft early in the development process, Paula Scher asked:
“Your name is Windows. Why are you a flag?”

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Vectorizing a Logo in Adobe Illustrator

Working with poor quality logo files can be very frustrating for a print or web designer. Many times a client will only provide a terrible raster Jpeg to work with. In this Adobe Illustrator tutorial, I’ll do a simple walk-thru to show you how to recreate a logo in high quality vector format.

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How Logo / Brand Identity Designers Price Work

“How much should a designer charge for an identity design?” It’s a question that both designers and business owners ask at some point. You may find yourself struggling to find a concrete answer, and there’s good reason.

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My Brand Identity Worksheet For Clients Explained

How many hoops should a potential client jump through before we give them the time of day? I personally think it should as few as possible. Today, I’ll share my new simple Logo/Brand Identity Worksheet.

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10+ Killer Typography Design Examples

Typography can be exciting and often goes overlooked by designers. I’m gathering inspirational type examples to motivate some of my own personal designs. I’ll share a few, and I hope you enjoy these as much as I do.

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