When it comes to logos, we all understand the importance of having a great one.
Your logo often gives customers and clients their first glimpse into your brand identity. Is your organization a fun one? A serious one? One that innovates? Customers will get an idea of what your company is all about the moment they see your logo!
A logo combines several different elements to paint your brand’s overall picture, with each piece displaying something about your brand identity. But before we delve into each component a logo should have…
What is a logo, anyway?
A logo is a catchall term for an emblem or other custom mark that serves as a visual representation of your company or organization! Alright, alright! Enough with all the technicalities. The actual reason that I’m writing this article is to show you all my latest logo project. I was asked to rebuild a logo that was already created (some time ago). My client was sure to express how she “DID NOT” want to change her original logo (which is understandable…it’s her brand’s identity). She mentioned…
I’m driving my agenda further, and I need a reliable logo package that can represent my brand; with very little changes.
I told her that I’m the man for the job. So, without further delay, I want you all to take a look at the remodified version of her logo looks.
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