There are two things to keep in mind when considering the cost of a good logo design. These may help explain why that $5 logo is probably not a good idea.
Of course you should put your new logo on your website and business card. But here are 5 other places you can feature your logo for more visual touch-points with your audience.
I’m taking a look at some details that will help you spruce up your website without needing a whole big redesign.
In order to craft a logo that perfectly fits your business, a designer needs certain information. Here are 5 questions I ask before every logo design.
If you’ve ever wondered what use an official logo is to your business, I have three good reasons right here explaining why you should have one.
If you’ve ever wondered “what is branding, exactly?” this post is for you. I break branding down into its 5 key components and explain each one.
Exploring the different file formats your logo might be provided in, and what to use them for.
I demystify logo design by outlining the process a designer uses, and detailing what’s involved at each step.
In this edition of Decoding Design, learn how to talk the talk in logo design with this overview of the different parts of a logo and what they are for.