Customers have just seconds to consider a logo and with other logos competing for their attention. Keep it simple and make it memorable. Here are a few logo samples for a logo project I am currently working on. That’s a Quick Look at my current design project. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Be sure to stop on over to my instagram where I post almost daily and Pinterest where you find great design ideas and inspiration.
Posts Tagged: brand identity
52 weeks of graphic design tips – Tip #5
This tip is for creative departments. A creative department is not as good as its best talent. It’s only as good as its worst. Creative people are individuals with their own thoughts, ideas, and concepts using different angles to come up with a design processes. If you continually have to redesign your creatives, send press releases for addressing incorrect information that has been published, IT IS costing you money. Find out where the weakest link is and decide whether it’s… Read more »
A Quick Look: logo design
Designing a logo is a big responsibility, the a whole lot of meaning and represent the image of the company. Logos are usually the most recognizable symbol for a company or organization and should effectively community the product or services. Here’s A Quick Look at my design process. STEP 1 – BRAIN DUMP: first thing I do when designing a logo is tryout different names, if the client does not have one. If they do have a name already, I will write… Read more »
Design Inspiration: Brand Awareness
1. Nourcy Brand Identity 2. Malik Bros Brand Identity 3. Offer Brand Identity 4. Lean Corporate Identity 5. My Green Cup Brand Identity 6. Pensjonistforbundet Corporate Identity Click Here to view more design inspiration.
Thank You for allowing me to be creative
I wanted to take this opportunity to Thank You for supporting onejdesigns and Celebration Of Children. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your loyalty. You are a valued client of this company. I can’t imagine working without you. The difference you make is nothing short of amazing .God bless you for the support, honesty, and words of encouragement. From myself and everyone at onejdesigns, HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING.
Some of the greatest ideas come out random conversations. Media Speaks came out of conversation I had with a colleague. Choosing the right logo can be a long process but worth it. Font choice along with letter kearning and symbols can help represent your brand or idea. Try out your logo with different font colors, background colors and symbol colors.Create a media kit or brand package for your logo. This will ensure consistency. Mobile App coming soon.
52 weeks of graphic design tips – Tip #3
Creating color harmony to make your designs stand out. One way to create harmony is to match the colors you use for your graphic elements. Find your color with eye dropper or adobe color.
I can help with your brand image
“What the eyes don’t see, the heart doesn’t feel” – Spanish Proverb I have been a graphic designer for almost 20 years, working on staff for corporations and non-profit organizations, as well as running my own small design business. My abilities and experience cover a wide range; As Stephen Covey famously said, “Start with the end in mind”, I have all the necessary skills to see a project from idea to concept to final design. I can also trouble-shoot computer software… Read more »
#TBT Shirt and Package Design
Throwback Thursday Designing for fashion and packaging Class project: 2006 Assignment: Create a logo for wearable fashion, brand with a tag and packaging design. Software: Adobe Illustrator, I created a template for the packaging.
Design picks of the week #3 – Creative Thinking
I’ve been surfing the net looking for designs of different genres. Google + had some amazing post this week and here are some of my finds: Blog pick: Paper & Stitch I found on a blogroll. I love unique designs and this folded business card is amazing. The black and white palette makes it elegant. Social Media pick: SociallyStacked.com I found on Google+, Socially Stacked has great content for small business needing help with social media. Video pick: Storytelling: The… Read more »