Logo Design Services

    Logo design requires a lot of knowledge, skill and experience. There are many elements to consider, and the questions you need to ask yourself can become overwhelming when you're new to the trade. If you're creating a new logo design from scratch, you need to think about how you'll represent the brand, product or individual's character. And if you're updating an existing logo, do you need to change the direction to make a big statement? Or should you make minor tweaks to the existing logo design to avoid alienating longstanding customers?

With these big questions, it can be hard to know where to start with the mammoth take of designing a logo. So to cut things down to sizeout, we've created 15 golden rules for logo design. This handy list of logo design tips will focus on both the design process itself and on how to implement your design as part of a wider brand strategy.

The right logo is aligned with the right product can eventually become a priceless asset. Just think of the Nike swoosh, McDonald’s golden arches, the Michelin man, the Mercedes’ three-pointed star or the Woolmark symbol. These are just a handful of the most high-profile examples. To give your own logo design the best possible chance of achieving similar longevity and recognisability, even it's in a smaller niche area, it can pay to bear in mind the universal traits shared by every successful logo design.

Why is logo design important

Logos are important because they're usually the first piece of branding that a potential customer sees. They're also the piece of branding that often makes the biggest impression on us, staying with us the longest, if it's successful. A logo can tell us a lot about a brand, including (sometimes) what it does and what it stands for. When consumers connect with a logo design, they're often more inclined to invest their time or money in the company or product.

The golden rule of logo design

    There are hundreds, sometimes even thousands of brands competing for our attention. This means brands need to differentiate themselves visually to avoid being confused. Differentiation is achieved through brand identity design – a range of elements that work together to create a distinctive picture of the brand in our minds. Brand identity design can include everything from uniforms, vehicle graphics, business cards, product packaging, billboard advertising and coffee mugs and other collaterals, all the way through to photographic style and the choice of fonts. Logo is very first thing identified by any one comes to your website. Logo alone can attract lots of user to your website. It provides unique identity amongst billion. You can find free logos available on web but it won’t be unique and won’t describe you and your work.

Logos are very valuable to have. They provide important information in a single visual image and can be recognized instantly and easily. Logos can be used as a universal language not only for the people who speaks different language but also for them who have disability of reading and writing.

Logic spice believes that your logo is identity of yours and it should be

  • Logo are used to identify
  • Logo can be used as a universal language
  • Serve the most tastedul and delightful wev design to the client
  • Logo stands for credibility
  • Simple
  • Memorable
  • Timeless
  • Versatile
  • Appropriate

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