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  1. says

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  2. joeseph boffo says

    Just wondering how much you pay your writers for this website, after complaining logo artists dont get a fair wage……

  3. says

    This is the old school. This is BORING, and how many times have we all heard these rules? Why is this the only rule? I just disagree. Logos can be more elegant and lushy and versatile while still being highly effective. Imagine a woman wearing a layered outfit in a fancy room… she takes off all her clothes and ends up on a white sheet – every version looks good. A logo does not have to be a nike swish fellas. tend your gardens. http://www.phrizbie-design.com/logo_case_study.html

    • says

      You’re only confirming what the article says about how a logo should be designed. Your link shows a logo in both color and black and white, it’s easy to remember (a pink lotus flower) and it’s well structured and it evolves towards simplicity (the use of basic shapes and two distinct fonts).

  4. Soymilk says

    “4. SPECULATIVE DESIGNING KILLS THE MARKET”

    Why is this included? To be honest this shouldn’t really mentioned here, this should be discussed on it’s own. It’s just really out of place in this article…

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