All logos and brand identity elements will be stripped from boxes.
A visual comparison by Liam Ferry of on Goals Scored.
You can get the Logo Design Love eBook for $9.99 in Peachpit’s deal of the week.
The first and most basic role of a logo is identification, it acts as a flag.
Focus on the positives of what you can bring to the table.
Five advance copies, shipped worldwide, a month before publication.
The logo for the IMAA caught my eye.
A followup to Michael Evamy’s 2007 book Logo.
Strange attention to detail.
Color use in logos can also be addressed in terms of particular industries.
Canada has an image problem in the US.
Alina Wheeler’s one-page process from Designing Brand Identity.
The “Transparency Suit” visualizes the unseen flow of information around us.
“The inverse space created the 4 with this invisible attraction/repulsion principle.”
“The logo is an identifier but it’s also something that stands-in for who you are.”
One of my favourite identity improvements of the year.
Finally, a company smart enough to put my logo tutorial to good use.
The circle is clearly a form humans find easy to remember and recognise.