Designing of Logos
We bring an interesting publication for those who talks about the latest trends in logo design, with examples of high quality and professionalism always presenting the editors of this website.
A long time wanted to write about the logos in the design, today we finally found the time. Throughout this article we show what the latest work by the healthcare logo design community have greater acceptance (logos are dealt published in the network over two weeks). To do this we have relied on one of the new social network's most successful designers, Dribble. Take this opportunity to advise you read the recent interview with its founder in which he reveals the keys to its success.
Before entering the item on trends in the design of logos and tips for success, I would make a small mention of the work you see below. This logo created by Jeffrey Devey we have chosen as title of the post, not only for its quality but to highlight a logo must always be a set of letters or a unique typeface. Either way, a logo we have to convey a sense beyond the information itself.
It seems that the Education logo designs is catching minimal style as is the case in the current Packaging design .In the case of logos is almost a complete absence of color, or instead the use thereof in a very smooth. You then you can see where the market is moving with the selection that we have prepared exclusively.
Some time ago we were lucky to have our blog with the collaboration with director of the study. Through his experience has unveiled a series of tips and books to address the problem of freelance designer and get carry out great work in the design, whether both create websites to graphic design projects. The study was elected by the city of Madrid for his logo for Madrid 2016 Olympic Games, which you can see below.
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