Outsource your Logo Design:
Visitors First Impression
Logos are usually the very first things a visitor or prospective customer uses to evaluate whether a company. It’s like a first impression or short explanation of what your company does and what kind of services it provides.
If you’re designing your logo for the first time or re-modeling it, remember the following few points:
1. Keep the design simple:
Logos aren’t meant to be overtly intricate. The simpler you keep your logo, the easier it becomes to understand it.
2. Make it striking:
A logo’s main purpose is identity recognition. Use colors that aren’t too jarring or too flat. You do not want your customer to be repelled by a fluorescent pink logo or to be disinterested by seen a faded blue logo. Think of color combinations that best reflect your company, and allow an easy balance.
Logos need to have a good recall value. It is essential that a customer is able to make a distinction between your company and others. Your logo is your basic and primary marketing tool. Make sure you use it to your advantage!
A customer needs to understand the nature of the business you conduct just by looking at your logo.
It isn’t very difficult to think of some brilliantly simple, yet extremely memorable logos.
A logo like Puma and Nike are extremely simple, yet manage to convey their company ideologies.
A logo can either make or break your company image. Look around, ideate, draw a couple of drafts and synchronies colors before you finalize on your logo pattern. After all, it’s your only identity proof in a sea of other similar sounding / looking companies!
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