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Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
Designing a logo
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Designing a logo

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  1. WHAT IS A LOGO?
  2. a graphic representation orsymbol of a companyname, trademark,abbreviation, etc., oftenuniquely designed forready recognition.
  3. Logos are all around us. To the generalpublic they serve as an instantreminder of a company or a product;to the client they’re the point ofrecognition on which their brandinghangs; and to us designers theyrepresent the challenge ofincorporating our clients ideologiesinto one single graphic.
  4. BEFORE STARTING YOUR LOGO??Target Audience?Immerse yourself in thebrandwho they are,?what they do ?RESEARCH EXISITINGLOGOS IN YOURPARTICULAR FIELD
  5. SKETCH IT OUT
  6. SET THE TONEChoose your typefaceAvoid gimmicky fonts
  7. THE NAME CAN BE THE LOGO
  8. THINK ABOUT THE SPACE AROUND YOUR LOGO
  9. MOVMENT IN DESIGN
  10. FIGHT THE TEMPTATION TO IMITATE
  11. REBRAND TO STAY MODERN/CURRENTApples Perfect Logo Rebrand
  12. DOUBLE MEANING
  13. BEST LOGOS EVER14
  14. Should work in black andwhite first before colourShould work in any size

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