Branding – Tips For Creating Unique Logo Designs

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They say a picture speaks a thousand words; similarly a good design for your logo can either make your brand or break it. Designing a logo may seem simple but a lot of hard work and effort goes into making a unique and pleasant design. Your company logo will create an image of your brand in the mind of the consumer and will also help in the selection of Personalized Promotional Items.

Below are a few tips to remember when designing a logo yourself.

  1. Simple is better, the design has to be different but simple enough to be embossed on your products and custom-made gifts.
  2. Create a design that will have people guessing what it is. The experience of trying to figure out what exactly a logo represents will bring you closer to the customer.
  3. The choice of color you select for your design should be vibrant. Colors should look good on your products as well as promotional items.
  4. Create various sketches of the logo and keep all of them even after you have made your selection.
  5. The logo must mean something. Just as a painting has a story to tell so should your logo.
  6. The logo should imprint its self in the memory of the consumer so that every time they see it, they remember your brand.
  7. Adaptability, printing the logo onto other materials apart from your product should be easy. Custom Apparel Printing is very important for personalizing t-shirts, polo’s, jackets, etc.

Many professional companies can help you design a logo, search online to find companies that specialize in this field, see their portfolio and ask the ones  whose designs you like for quotations.

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