Phil Clements and the creation of the Champions League logo.
And yes, yes I do want to see that logo just a little bit bigger please.
…it’s no longer possible to have perfectly distinct logos for every business.
$42. That simple. For $42 you can get a logo designed with two rounds of amends and a number of different files formats sent to you.
When should a CEO choose a wordmark, and when a symbol?
We all get stuck as designers. Don’t forget that.
A little logo reading from this morning’s browse.
Not only do these guys work on creating amazing, innovative, clever and original design, they are actually good people who care about what they do.
Bernadette Jiwa continues her three-part series on ‘Building your design business’.
Instead of asking, “What should we do next?” try asking, “How could we do this better?”
Ask yourself, does this logo design truly express the 1. personality, 2. culture, and 3. history of your client’s business?
Logo sweatshops and crowdsourcing websites pretend this “little detail” has no value. They thrive on clients believing a logo is only meant to fill an empty space.
But here’s the thing, the kind of businesses you want to create identities for don’t judge you by the amount of backlink muscle you flex. They don’t find you this way either.
While significant, these three failures were only the fuel, and the Internets simply brought the matches. Plenty of them.
Here I am going to share with you how in just six months, you can turn things around and run a profitable and growing design business.
In this guest article, Steve Douglas, creative director at The Logo Factory, shares an experience when he lost a client by not charging enough.
Potential clients find it really hard to differentiate between the ability and services of logo and identity designers purely on the basis of a good portfolio.
When I toiled in a cubicle for a larger corporation, my submissive behavior appeared to be expected, applauded and rewarded. When I opened my own business, the same submissive behavior had me working like a dog for wages even a dog couldn’t live on.
For designers, it’s never enough to merely follow the design brief a client gives you.
The often shady SEO tactics in the “logo design” niche.