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  • Tech brands can’t overlook the role of great typography in logo design. Modern audiences rapidly devour content with their eyes. Not only does branding have to be unique and relevant; it has to be readable. Technology has a reputation for making things simple and streamlined. People expect tech logo fonts to capture the same transformative To Continue Reading, Click Here The post The Stories Behin...

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  • This post is a part of a series on logo colors. From red logos to brown logos, you can learn about logos of all colors of the rainbow in our previous posts. What does a black logo represent? Typically, a brand’s dominant color aligns closely with its values and personality. Color can carry a lot To Continue Reading, Click Here The post How to Know if a Black Logo is Best for Your Business appeared...

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  • Getting past your initial block is the hardest part of any creative project. All it takes is a few surges of inspiration for good ideas to start flowing. If you’re stuck coming up with the right logo design, take a break from brainstorming. Looking at other inventive logos can help you go back to the To Continue Reading, Click Here The post 15 Creative Logo Ideas to Inspire Your Design appeared fi...

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  • Just like the rest of the world, the real estate industry is going digital. From website views to social media engagement, building a consistent visual brand identity is more important than ever. One important element of this identity is your logo. Whether you’re an independent agent or you own a brokerage, real estate logos should To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Real Estate Logos: What M...

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  • Whether you love festivities or not, getting in the holiday spirit is a necessity. The winter holidays alone make up as much as 30 percent of annual sales for retail businesses. And on average, holiday sales have increased every 2.5 percent for the last 10 years. Simply put, holiday marketing should be at the top To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Seasonal Cheer: A Roundup of the Most Clever...

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  • Considering the short shelf life of most fads, it may seem pointless to care about them. Logo design trends tell you what’s already happening in the industry, and your goal is to stand out. An effective logo is memorable and true to your brand story. And thanks to apps and social media, logos take center To Continue Reading, Click Here The post 8 Modern Logo Design Trends to Expect in 2018 appeare...

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  • Color trends start in fashion and design circles and spread to other industries. One moment, we love warm palettes and harvest colors. The next moment, it’s bright neons and cool grays. But preferences change over time as people embrace different facets of our culture. Colors naturally trigger subconscious emotional responses — some good and some To Continue Reading, Click Here The post 9 Creative...

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  • Brown? As the color of your logo? While some perceive brown to be drab or boring, it can be a surprisingly strong color choice in logo design, conveying quality, strength, reliability, and honesty. But before we get too deep into the woods of logos in brown, let’s cover some basics. Your business logo is part To Continue Reading, Click Here The post When Should You Use a Brown Logo for Your Busine...

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  • This is the seventh article in our series of articles on logo color. To read the previous articles in this series, please see the list below. No color is more associated with one gender than pink. You’re probably not surprised to see that several prominent companies using a pink logo are trying to appeal to To Continue Reading, Click Here The post How to Know If a Pink Logo Is Right For Your Brand...

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  • Business logos are the foundation of a company’s visual identity and are often the first impression people have of a brand. Good or bad, consumers can make quick judgments about an organization based on their reaction to a logo and whether or not they perceive the brand to align with their own personal values. So, To Continue Reading, Click Here The post The 4 Basic Design Elements of a Great Busi...

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  • Church branding may seem like the least important part of spreading the gospel. In reality, building an identity allows your message to reach more people. Unlike a business, a church isn’t primarily selling a product. People choose a congregation for its unique approach to faith and community. New members want to feel welcome and uplifted To Continue Reading, Click Here The post 8 Tips for Creatin...

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  • Why are stories so powerful? Stories tap into human feelings that everyone can relate to. Hope. Love. Fear. Excitement. Triumph. Failure. The emotions behind a story are accessible even when the characters and setting are unfamiliar. Telling business stories is how you get customers to see a product as more than a commodity. Every product To Continue Reading, Click Here The post How to Use Storyte...

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  • Designing a logo is a big step toward turning your small business into a recognizable brand. A brand represents the sum of all the promises and experiences you deliver as a business. When you use your logo, it unifies all your visual touchpoints to reinforce positive feelings about your brand. Customers come in contact with To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Where Should You Use Your Logo? S...

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  • A logo’s purpose is to stand out, tell your story, influence perceptions and build trust with your audience. It’s a big job! If you’re just starting to think about a real estate logo design, it might seem overwhelming. How can such a small thing do so much? You might be surprised. A strong & recognizable To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Real Estate Logos: How to Create a Professional Desig...

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  • Women like the color purple so much that they’re more likely to say “yes” to a man wearing purple clothes who asks them on out on a date than a man wearing clothes of any other color. Believe it or not, the above conclusion of a survey of 2,000 people by detergent company Ariel is To Continue Reading, Click Here The post The Subtle Gender Implications of Purple Logos appeared first on Logo Maker.

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  • Corporate logos can be a major factor in a company’s success. A logo is a visual representation of a brand, but if done well a logo can be much, much more. A great logo manages to convey a lot about the company – communicating what they do, why they are special, and something about their character. To Continue Reading, Click Here The post The 5 Fundamental Branding Elements of Logo Design appeared...

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  • What’s your favorite color? If you want to be on the winning side of this question, you choose blue. Blue is, by far, America’s’ favorite color, according to at least two surveys. A survey of 1,974 people by University of Maryland sociologist Philip Cohen that was published by Live Science website showed that blue is To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Blue Logos: A Color for Professional and...

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  • The color of a company’s logo can matter. In fact, your customers might think your logo’s color is very important. The case of Spotify, a company that provides music its customers can listen to on their phones and computers, shows how passionate customers can be about a logo. Spotify has had a green logo since To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Growth & Money: Is a Green Logo Right for Your ...

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  • Have you ever seen a company logo that makes you cringe? Even if you don’t understand the subtleties of shape and color, you have strong reactions to visual images that offend your sense of balance. For most people, it’s easy to spot a logo design that’s completely boring or off kilter. But what makes a To Continue Reading, Click Here The post What Should You Include In Your Logo Design? Try These...

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  • What does seeing the color yellow spur you to think about? Maybe yellow stimulates you to think about foods such as bananas, butter, corn, egg yolks, macaroni, mustard, and pineapples. Perhaps you associate yellow with the Sun. You might also think about traffic lights or people with blonde hair. A yellow logo can trigger prospects To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Why You Should (Or Should...

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  • A business name says everything about your brand. If done well a business name evokes emotion, stands out in the mind, is memorable, and reminds the customer of your business in a millisecond. But what about business name fails? What do you do when you have selected one of the worst business names possible? Hopefully To Continue Reading, Click Here The post 3 of the Worst Business Name Fails of Al...

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  • How do you define a fantastic restaurant logo? For the starter course, you go to the best restaurants and see what they have to offer. Of course just because the food is culinary gold doesn’t mean the company’s logo is superior. So let’s play “Top Chef” judge for a while and vote on some of To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Restaurant Logos: How to Serve Up the Perfect Design appeared first...

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  • This is part 2 of a series on logo colors. Read the first installment, here: Red Logos: When & Why Your Brand Should Use Them. Does your mood change when you walk from a room with dark paint to light paint? Do you feel more confident when you’re wearing clothes with certain colors? Are you To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Orange Logos Spark Happiness and Energy. Should You Use One? appeare...

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  • While a strong and consistent visual identity is critical to a successful brand, your company’s brand is much more than a logo and visuals. We want to discuss why a strong visual brand is important to consistent branding overall, but first, let’s cover some brand basics. According to Seth Godin, author of Linchpin, Tribes, and To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Building a Consistent Brand: 4...

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  • You’ve worked in your industry for more than a decade — you’re an industry vet. In the past year, you formulated a business plan for your startup, raised enough money to launch it, and devised a plan to manufacture, sell, and distribute your offering. You think that you’re ready to launch your business. Amirite? Unfortunately, To Continue Reading, Click Here The post Red Logos: When & Why Your Bra...

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  • In the world of fashion, what’s that famous motto of fashion consultant Tim Gunn? “One day you’re in, the next day you’re out.” For these three businesses, however, that doesn’t exactly ring true. My Subscription Addiction, ModCloth, and TOMS have a combination of 30 years in the fashion industry and quite memorable brands. Each holds To Continue Reading, Click Here The post 3 Memorable Branding S...

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  • Creative startup logos are the bread and butter of any new business. That’s because a good logo is the basis of a brand, and branding is everything for a business that’s just starting out. But how do you know if your startup logo is any good? You learn from the best startup logos out there To Continue Reading, Click Here The post 4 Brilliant Startup Logos to Inspire Your Own appeared first on Logo...

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  • If your definition of social media is Facebook, then you’re on the right path to understanding how to use social media for your business. Facebook is the quintessential form of social media, but it’s not the only aspect of this type of marketing. Online marketing, which covers all types of marketing done via the internet, To Continue Reading, Click Here The post How to Promote Your Business on Soc...

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