Ever since we first came into contact with a PC, we were completely fascinated with minuscule little pictures on the screen that pop-up into great big windows (or tremendous worlds to be explored, in the case of games). That’s why thought we might make an article showcasing a few creative chat logo designs, so that you might get a bit of design inspiration, and maybe even find that illusive great logo that you have been looking so long for.
Today, we will be looking at the Creative Cloud Market. What it is, basically, is a free design resource, available to all subscribers, except the ones that opted for the Photography subscription. The resources are commissioned works by some of most experienced creatives on Behance, so we decided to check it out, and pick some of our favorites to showcase in this article.
As you know, the logo is one of the most important parts in creating a brand. It represents the company’s image, the first things potential customers or business partners make contact with, and it can significantly influence their decisions. And that’s why designing logos is not such a fun activity. There are a lot of details to keep in mind from the first draft, until the final design. And that implies a lot of stress and exhausting working hours.
Good logos are what makes a brand instantly recognizable. They are an integral part of the advertising process, as they become the company’s “avatar”, so to speak, and well known logos become seals of approval for products. Now, we have covered lettered logos in a previous article, but today we would like to discuss calligraphy in logos, and what better way to do it than by showing you a few awesome hand lettered logos, from a few really cool designers and artists.
Today’s freebie is a first aid logo. Feel free to use it in commercial and non-commercial projects, personal websites and printed work, as long as it’s a part of a larger design. Please do not sell it, redistribute it yourself, claim it as your own or give it as a bonus item to boost sales for your own products. Download it now!
Today’s freebie is a sports logo. Feel free to use it in commercial and non-commercial projects, personal websites and printed work, as long as it’s a part of a larger design. Please do not sell it, redistribute it yourself, claim it as your own or give it as a bonus item to boost sales for your own products. Download it now!
You can put all your passion in your design business, and it can be one of the best in it’s niche, but without a good branding plan, without making yourself seen, it stands to nothing. Put your foot down and be seen. Branding a design business is an art and it can take a long time to learn its craft. The competition is immense, everyone is trying to attract clientele by offering more, appearing everywhere and making it’s name stand out.
Logos are for companies what family crests are for… well, families. A logo is supposed to be a neat little package that contains the company’s philosophy, ethic and history. It is supposed to inspire trust in clients or potential clients, and most importantly, it has to be recognizable. People have to be able to remember it and pick it out in crowd, making it one of the most important elements of brand identity.