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Exploration is a part of the research not into the client’s business, but into the actual design style. This is where I seek out a look or a style, an approach or attitude. Not to copy, but rather to see what was already done and how to differentiate. In other words, I want to refresh myself with what is new or successful. For these reasons, I would find logos of similar business’ and critique them constructively.
Research is a critical stage in the logo design process as this ensures that your logo will differ from the competitors and it also sets a benchmark
The next stage of the project was developing the logo. Developing the logo design concept is where creativity comes into play. Based on the design brief and research conducted, this is where I let my ideas run wild. I brainstormed and sketched down my ideas and then experimented with them on the computer. I also had breaks between these sessions so I could reflect on the designs and have a fresh perspective on the job at hand which is a crucial part of the process when when designing a logo.
After designers have done the information research, they can start sketches. But please keep it in mind that it is necessary to design in a complete logo design development process.
After I had found the right typeface (though it is never set in stone) I then experimented with different concepts and layouts of which you can see some below. Please take note that no colour has been added to any of the designs. This is to ensure the design works in one colour only. This helps on printing costs and makes the logo more adaptable for use over a variety of media.
One should also remember that simplicity in logo design is the key. The simpler a logo is, the more memorable and adaptable it is. In nearly all cases, less is more.
Color symbolism is the use of color to represent traditional, cultural or religious ideas, concepts or feelings or to evoke physical reactions. In graphic design and publishing, choosing a color based on its symbolism applies to print and electronic projects from logos to website backgrounds. Colors are non-verbal communication. They have meanings that go beyond ink.
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