Your project manager will provide a logo design guide pdf when you order. We will help you complete the form and answer any questions. The information you give us will be invaluable in helping us understanding what you need and heading the project in the right direction. Feel free to provide any information if you think it will help. Include links to samples you like as well as any previous art. Include information on your audience, your company and your...

It gets more and more difficult to create original logos. No matter how clever your idea, the chances are someone has come up with something very similar. Why is that? Here is a compilation of similar logos, showing them side-by-side so you can see what graphic designers face today. Sumpter & Gonzalez LLP and Stylegala   National Film Board (recently updated) and Virtual Global Taskforce   Carrier and Ford   Ubuntu and Human Rights First Star Sports and maltastar.com     Sun Microsystems and Columbia Sportswear If you need help in the areas...

  We've learned over the years that  there are certain things to look for when developing a logo. The primary considerations in the creation of a trademark, symbol or icon are always the same; Immediate identification, as well as the visual definition of what a company or product is or how it works, are the objectives. Developing a successful symbol requires meeting many different criteria. Listed below is a checklist of ten criteria that must be considered in the creation of a...

 What makes a good logo? A good logo is distinctive, appropriate, practical, graphic, simple in form and conveys an intended message. There are five principles that you should follow to ensure that this is so… An effective logo is (in no particular order): Simple Memorable Timeless Versatile Appropriate 1. Simple A simple logo design allows for easy recognition and allows the logo to be versatile & memorable. Good logos feature something unique without being overdrawn. While in college in the mid-70’s an instructor introduced me to the K.I.S.S. Principle of...