You have alternatives when purchasing a logo for your business. If you’re comfortable picking from several concept designs, you could work with a local designer or work remotely with a designer like Graham Smith (imjustcreative), an accomplished freelance logo and identity designer based in the United Kingdom. You could crowdsource your logo design project on
Italy is one of the most recognized countries in the world (uno dei miei paesi favoriti nel mondo!). It is known for big, memorable monuments (Duomo, the Coliseum, the leaning tower, among many). Italy’s new logo, unveiled in early 2007, puzzled many. The new logo was designed by Landor – Italy (a London-based specialist in
EIGHTY20 is a consulting company based in South Africa. EIGHTY20 focuses on financial modeling, providing businesses, marketers, policy makers and developmental organizations with strategic and actionable insights from data. Background on the name EIGHTY20: EIGHTY20’s about page offers a useful explanation about the origin of its name: Eighty20 consulting is named after the 80:20 rule.
Dirk Leys, who lives and works in The Netherlands, put together a great tutorial showing how he designed a logo for Qlicks. Dirk kindly allowed us to republish his excellent tutorial. The process of designing a logo differs from designer to designer. I’ll explain here how I handle the logo designs for my clients. The logo
Companies want their logo to be instantly recognizable, to be easily interpretable, and, in the Web 2.0 world, to be cool and hip. Overly complex logos often fail to achieve those goals. Web designers often talk about restraint — not putting everything, including the kitchen sink, on a page. The same should be said about