You’ll have to look elsewhere for more professional logo design tutorial resources or design help. All you’ll find here is a bunch of random thoughts, some comments from the gang and other assorted time wasters for the graphic designer. Nothing terribly serious, but worth a read if you have a cup of coffee and few minutes to burn. For more of the same, you can always check out our logo design blog. It’s kind of a time waster too.
A few decent tips and some pretty solid advice on how to develop great concepts for your logo projects in a fairly consistent manner. And why not? When it comes to developing decent company brands, everything starts with some logo design ideas.
Designing logos for our clients isn’t always a bed of roses, and sometimes gigs go south, leaving the client and designer with a nasty taste in their mouth about the entire affair. Here’s how to identity problem projects so that you can safely wave then off with a guilt free thanks but no thanks.
Like most service sectors, the web and social media has changed the graphic design industry in many ways. Some good. Some not so good. And the world of design continues to adapt, evolve and make a lot of us nervous, We take a look at the changing face of the internet and design.