Logos uplift the image of a brand or in other words a brand’s personality is always defined by their logos. Logo reflects the image of the brand so you always need to make sure that your logo stands out from the crowd and it should send the message what your brand wish to convey to its customers. This is one the most effective and absolutely amazing way to promote your band. It should be easily understood by all so that whenever they see the logo they should be able to connect to the brand in no time. If you see this happening then only you can say that your logo appears to be perfect.
The common mistake that everyone does quite often is that they complicate their design in order to show the creativity. This in turns make the logo ineffective and it hardly convey the message for the brand. So you need to keep it simple. Just stick to the basics while creating the logo for your brand so that it can easily convey the message and people can connect with it.
Typography is no doubt one of the best ways to create your logo. I have seen many people choosing pictographic logos for their brand and making a mess of it. So whenever a brand needs an image makeover then they should go for Typography logo that would help customers connect with their brand very easily.
Typographic logos say lot more than what brands wants to convey. If you look at the Columbia pictures logo, you will find that it is a great example of how good typographic logos can be.
So whenever you decide to create a logo for your brand just remember to stick to the basics. You don’t need to complex your design unnecessarily to show your creativity, rather work with the basics and it will help you create a good logo. The logo is effective only when the basics are right and when it conveys the message clearly for your brand. There are many great designers around the world who have designed thousands of typographic logos. Here are some of the collections of classic typographic logos.
This is a guest post by +Debarshi Ghosh Dastidar. Debarshi is a logo design enthusiast with keen interest in logo design software. He recently posted a roundup of Creative Coffee Inspired Logo Designs on his blog Inspireyourway.com.