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  1. jamssmith1

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    Hello Friends,
    I am designer. i need help / suggestion for logo designing.
    I have designed lots of commercial and corporate website logos. But now i need to design animation lgog. i am not getting conceptualize for that.

    need help.
    Web site Design
  2. 50Cent

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    Can you show some of your work?
  3. Shahrier

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    If you want to make an animated logo, you must use a program that can do such things. What kind of site are you designing this for?
  4. GoldenTers

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    LogoBee has been designing logos and accumulation of articles and resources for their clients. Finally, have launched a concise set of logo design tips to help you with your project, and ensure that you end up with a logo that will perfectly suit your needs. So without further ado, here are the top ten LogoBee tips!

    Keep it simple!

    These are probably the best words of advice, and ties in almost all our advice next. A complicated logo will not only make your logo difficult to reproduce and maintain, but also will attract your audience. The logo is the latest release 'lift' to your potential customers and business partners. You do not have time to recite your entire business plan in an elevator speech, and the same concept applies to corporate logo design.

    Sometimes when a logo design is not working well, there is a tendency to add features and complexity. Often it is best to start with a new concept or remove distracting elements rather than adding them.

    Simplicity is not always an easy thing to achieve, since not want your logo to appear too boring or conservative. For this reason, the end of the day is best to let professional designers!

    Involve your audience

    The logo design should above everything entertain and engage your audience. Your logo should not be so literal that the message is written for them. They should be given the opportunity to discover the meaning and intent of their own logo. If people are able to discover the "trick" of your logo within a reasonable period of time, this will help create a memorable and entertaining experience between you and your audience.

    On the other hand too much abstraction against him. If the logo is too dark, the message you are trying to communicate will be lost, and what your potential customer. Remember, today's consumer culture is accustomed to the intense media and stimulating, and therefore can not be too demanding on the audience either.

    Longevity Logo - Think of the future!

    The durability and longevity of a logo is worth considering. Although it is impossible to see into the future, it is useful to your company image from 10 to 15 years down the road, and think about what kind of products and services offered, if at all! Even the strongest companies update their logo every 15 years or so, but often the changes are subtle in nature. Very rarely are taken in a radical redesign.

    There are many long the companies whose logos have stood the test of time. Type-based logos are good for this. The IBM logo is a great example. They offer a variety of products and services internationally, and also provides research, design and consulting. Successful in communicating this through their logo, but we believe to be an update soon!

    For small start-up companies may not be the end of the earth, if you decide to change your logo after even a few years, depending on what happens with your company. But it's always nice when a logo design is able to stand the test of time.

    Vector is better

    Although it is tempting to use detailed illustrations and complex 3d effects in a logo, most likely will not serve you well. Clean, crisp lines with very limited colors are almost always more effective than an illustration or complex 3d rendering. A well developed vector-based logo will provide contrast and balance that is so important in logo design. New capabilities in vector based programs can now give the illusion of a 3d effect without losing contrast, using tricks such as the effect of gallop.

    Adaptability - Get ready for change

    Your logo should be flexible enough to suit every business situation. If the logo is too literal or specific, may have a hard time with it when catering to different markets.

    Overall, the best for small start-ups is to have a type icon and logo design at the same time. This allows you to use the logo as a separate image or use it along with the font name as well. Often, companies use just the icon on its products and packaging materials. This is a common practice among software companies and book publishers.

    Make it memorable

    A great logo design are embedded in the sub-consciousness. This may occur for a variety of reasons, but for a logo to be memorable it needs to use simple lines and easy to memorize. A good test to make sure that your logo design is memorable is to show a friend and ask him / her to return a week later. A good design should use a recognizable shape or element to be easy to remember.

    Relevance - Keep your products and services in the mind

    A memorable logo is great, but you should also get your customers to start thinking about the products or services you offer. You must ensure that the logo relates to your business in one form or another. Yes, the monkey can sell just about anything from cigarettes to cell phones, but there is a limit! There is not?

    Choose your colors wisely

    Colors can play a major role in designing the logo, they can illicit different feelings and emotions in us. The interpretations of the colors may vary depending on age, gender and cultural demographics, what your color choices should be carefully considered depending on your target market. Also, colors tend to follow trends, like fashion. So a new and vibrant company may want to follow current trends, while a bank may want to stay with a more conservative set of colors that will work well for them over a long period of time.

    Try to keep your choice of colors to two or three. Too many colors will increase the cost of production and make it more difficult to reproduce.

    An interesting idea that we have seen is used to change the color of the logo on things like business cards and stationery depending on market segmentation of customers.

    Keep only

    This should be simple. You want to be sure that your company is easily identified among your industry and your competitors. Be sure to carefully research your industry and target market before embarking on a logo design. You need to know and understand the common styles in the industry, but also make sure they do not infringe the trademark logo of another person either.

    Versatility is profitable

    One of the most important attributes of a good logo design is versatility. Want to project a consistent image across all your marketing materials, including signs, letterhead, business cards, product lines and websites. Many times, a complicated logo design works well on a website or billboard, but when they shrink to fit on a coffee mug or pen, illustration or lettering will become illegible. Your logo should also work well in black and white.

    You can often find that companies start and even law firms are not always the mark of its logo through their marketing materials. For example, can have their logo on the door of his office, but will end up with something different (or nothing at all!) On its website. In order to create brand recognition you need to put your logo and image as consistently as possible. Make sure when you are having your logo designed that you receive all the file formats necessary for use of their marketing channels.
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