9 Responses to “making logos”

  1. John Breslin Says:

    Hi Liga – glad you found inspiration in the book! I will try and reply with some ideas of how I would approach making a logo, and I have started to gather some old ones I’ve made on my wiki, but must add the rest…

    An interesting thing I heard recently is in relation to fonts used in logo, and how the font creator may have some copyright over logos in which their fonts are used…

  2. David Says:

    Great post Liga, I’m in the process of writing a post on why logo is important and some tips on how to create one to reflect the business. Might be done in a few days!

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  5. ssttiiggyy89 Says:

    good post, i completely agree. At uni i have just create as logo as a 1 day project and they said the same as you, i think i have followed the advice. take a look

    http://ssttiiggyy89.wordpress.com/2008/10/28/2nd-1-day-project-paradox/

    cheers. Grant

  6. Xyuufpeq Says:

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  8. Conservatories Says:

    Hi Liga. I really liked your post. Designing an effective logo requires skill and dedication. One should keep in mind that logo is like a name plate of the company, tha face that will appear in market and in front of customers. I believe in keeping it simple and sober. I liked the details and examples that you have mentioned. I agree that the colour scheme of the logo needs to be given a deep thought. When I start designing one, I scramble lots of papers, it involves multiple designs sketched on piece of papers, and then gets the final one. :).I would love if you add some examples of logo you designed.

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