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This article is aimed at helping businesses and organisations to come up with business logo ideas that will fit both their business profile and their individuality.
Whether you are using an in-house designer, employing a freelancer, or going full out and doing it all yourself, you will need to prepare some form of logo design brief.
Some more expensive services may include an initial consultation, where a plan of action will be drawn up, but at the end of the day, your business logo ideas will come from you. Or from within your organisation if you are able to delegate. Even if you do not realize it at the time. As a business, you do not need anyone to tell you that time is money. So you do not want to waste any of it on numerous proof shows with no outcome.
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Find inspiration for your business logo ideas.
Follow these tips to help you come up with some ideas for your business logo.
Take a deep look into your business..
Ask your self, what makes your business stand out from your competition? What are your goals and philosophies? Do you have a mission statement? Is
Visit some design sites.
Design sites like “Creative Market” are a great place to start. Look at all kinds of designs, not just logos for artistic inspiration. Mockups, posters and even photos. This is all bound to sterup some creative excitment from within.
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Look at other businesses in your industry.
See what other brands have gone fore. This isn’t about copying what others have done, no. This is a mission to find out what they have not to jet done. Take this attitude and your business logo ideas will come flooding in.
There are some great books on logo design and logo design ideas. Check-out your local library or bookshops. Here is a search for great titles on Amazon.
Take a timeout.
Hit a mental brick wall? Do not panic. Chill out. Put this task down. Stop overworking it.
Go for a stroll. Walk the dog. Visit the pub. Have a pint for me while you are at it. Anything that is not related to the task. Often ideas just come out of the blue when you are not expecting them to.
Now you are all refreshed and buzzing with inspiration.
Keep these key points in mind.
Simple, simple, simple.
Keep things simple. As a logo needs to capture it’s viewers attention as soon as possible. Cramming too much visual information will just confuse people and just fogs over the message you want to send.
Bear in mind that the logo will be miniaturised so it still has to look good when it is used on letterheads and website headers. And don’t forget merchandise.
Keep things relevant.
If your organisation is called “Three Little Birds” then your logo design ideas should not sport a version of the three wise monkeys. Because this will not reflect the true identaty of the organisations.
My client here had decided he wanted to run his two businesses as one, using just one name.
So it’s a wrap.
So this concludes our short article on how to achieve your logo design ideas requirements without getting your knickers in a twist. If you have any tips of your own, or just want to join in with the conversation please comment below. Your input will be