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How To Wisely Use The Font Combinations into A Logo

Font Combination Logo Design
Posted April 15th, 2014 in Articles by Eko S

A considerable part of the total created logos contains letters or words. It means that a logo designer should be able to wisely play with letters. Even if these are small, common and many times ignorable, a good logo designer knows that the types used may enhance or ruin his work.

Typography, the art of arranging types, is a complex area and any logo designers should have at least, a primary theoretical background in this respect. No one should forget that small details make the great difference. Choosing a wonderful font seems a simple task, just search for it and the Internet will provide simple awesome solutions. Altogether, this solution doesn’t always work…or more exactly, it seldom does. The huge majority of design projects requires the use of more than a single font. If you want to say that in this case two beautiful fonts are needed, you are wrong! Unfortunately, two great fonts don’t automatically mean that their combination is also great! Many times, a good matching of fonts is extremely hard to achieve! Continue Reading »

Best Logos of March 2014

Best Logos
Posted April 7th, 2014 in Inspiration by Eko S

It’s the beginning of a new month and our constant readers know already that it’s time for a new inspirational post showcasing the best logos uploaded in the previous month. March was a great month for logo design community because once again, the logo galleries are full of impressive logos. Of course, we carefully picked up the best ones and voila, here is the final selection. Continue Reading »

Six Indicators that Revels You are Still A Medium Logo Designer

Best Logos
Posted April 1st, 2014 in Articles by Eko S

Nowadays, the majority of employers asks for previous experience when hiring; even for junior levels a year of experience may be required. These requirements lead the entire design world into a vicious circle and in this case everyone loses. It’s practically impossible to get some experience as long as almost no one wants to hire newbies.

Many talented designers have had the courage to embrace a freelancer carrer and eventually, to launch a design agency. Fortunately, some employers hire designers having no previous experience. Overall, Continue Reading »

23 Wonderful Logos for Pharma & Medical Projects

Best Medical Logos
Posted March 25th, 2014 in Inspiration by Eko S

We believe that debating the matter of inspiration for logo designers is a topic that will never end. This idea is based on the fact that creating logos is partly science, partly art; while science is objective and quantifiable, the art is subjective, it can’t be measured and it’s very related to the inspiration level of the individual. A very disciplined designer that has no inspiration won’t be able to create a good logo. Yeah, it’s somehow sad, but a good designer needs something more than a solid theoretical knowledge baggage. Still, nowadays getting inspired isn’t something not to be cured. Fortunately, we have tons of logo showcases, logo galleries and blogs about this area. Continue Reading »

Pros and Cons of Logo Design Contests

Logo Design Contest Pros and Cons
Posted March 20th, 2014 in Articles by Eko S

Recently the Winter Olympic Games were closed. I am not a big fan of watching or practicing sport (yes, shame on me!!!) but I am very impressed by the competition spirit. No matter the country, religion or human pigment, the best must win the competition. The ones that competed fully deserve our consideration so congratulations to all of them!

In this context, I asked myself- is there any competition between logo designers very similar to the Olympic Games? I deeply searched and I didn’t find any similar competition – if it ever existed, by sure we would have presented it to you! Instead, the logo designers may compete Continue Reading »

30+ Best Logos of February 2014

Best Logos
Posted March 10th, 2014 in Inspiration by Eko S

We are already in March, therefore it’s time for a new monthly episode from our collection, “the best logos of the month”. February is the shortest month of the year, but I have had a very pleasant surprise from the logo design community. In this month were uploaded on various logo galleries a huge number of logos and many of them are really beautifully created. We mentioned from time to time that the designers created amazing logos, but this time I consider it was the best month. As a result, we have here more than 30 logos and I was very exigent when judging the value of these. Would it mean that the logo designers started a new revolution? Well, I don’t think so, but there are clear items proving that the logo design community is a mature one that continues to grow with an incredible ratio. Continue Reading »

Six Tips Learnt from Psychology and Applied Into Logo Design

Logo Design Process
Posted March 8th, 2014 in Articles by Eko S

“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” said Steve Jobs. Creating logos is part of design, therefore how can be interpreted the above statement for this area? By sure, the best explanation could have been done by Jobs himself, but sadly it’s impossible.

Well, it was a hot debated topic amongst us, the team of iBrandStudio, and we decided to share with our readers the conclusions. If someone wants “to translate” the Steve’s idea into the realm of logo design, then the value of a logo should be judge upon the effects over the viewers. If it attracts the eyes of the viewers and they become interested in, then the logo is OK. It is acceptable for a logo to break some rules if it is appreciated by the viewers and the owner is satisfied with the results. Continue Reading »

25 Cool Tech Related Logos

Best Tech Logos
Posted February 25th, 2014 in Inspiration by Eko S

Nowadays, the technology integration level in our life style is impressive. Many of us can’t live without their smartphone or e-mail account and the predictions are not surprising at all: technology will became the second “oxygen” for all of us.

The impact of technological development is huge and it affects all the domains. iBrandstudio is a design related blog, therefore it’s logical to present the effects of technologies in the designers’ activities. Definitely, the most useful aspect is the use of new software solutions that allow creating better designs. Continue Reading »

27 Best Logos of January 2014

Best Logo Designs
Posted February 16th, 2014 in Inspiration by Eko S

The majority of the designers are workaholic persons and it has almost only negative consequences. One of the most dangerous effects is the lack of “time awareness”; many times they forget what day of the week is. Unfortunately, I consider myself being half-workaholic and often I am surprised by how fast the time is passing. As example, we are already in February, but I am in the mood of Christmas and New Year’s Eve. I hope that there are other people that have the same feeling as me!!!

Willing or not, we should accept that February is here and January is the past. The positive aspect is that the first month of the year was a productive period for logo designers because the Internet is full of simply amazing logo creations. Yeah, I didn’t expect to admire so many logos created into a month that included many free days. I guess that 2014 will be a great year for logo design community if the logo creators keep the same rhythm. Continue Reading »

Case Study: The Multiple Roles of A Logo

Logo Design Tips
Posted February 4th, 2014 in Articles by Eko S

Any web designer knows that every important thing should be added on the homepage of a website and it should be bold and big. Altogether, not everything that is small is implicitly negligible. Well, a considerable part of the designers and the majority of the clients consider that what is bold and big is important while the rest is ignorable.

I consider that the vocation of the designers is to convince people that every small detail is important. Here, we advised the readers many times that small details make the big difference. Once again, we warn you that on long term perspective, the small details are capital for the “health” of a project. Continue Reading »

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