Logo of the week: Blue Bear Events
This week’s logo of the week is another example of a company who really knows their brand down to the ground. Blue Bear events sent a very detailed brief, with a clear vision, clear brand values and a number of examples and inspirations of what they were looking for.
Logo of the week: Seathrift
This week’s logo of the week really emphasises the point we were making in our ‘relationship between your logo design and brand’ blog. Seathrift came to us with a brief which clearly demonstrated that they had not only thought about their brand values but that they knew them decisively and inside out. Take a look…
Logo of the week: Clover Gardening
Take a look at this week’s logo of the week: Clover Gardening.
Logo of the week: Corporate flight training
This week’s logo of the week, Corporate flight training, is a great example of how suggestive a very simple logo design can be. Simply through the curve and lift of the icon and font this logo design subtly suggests flight.
Logo of the week: Mmmfire Photography
This week’s logo of the week, Mmmfire Photography, is a great example of a logo which gets creative with typography to simply but effectively express an idea. As we’ve said many a time – a simple but effective logo design really is a great logo design.
Logo of the week: Moyamba Skin
The right combination of colours can really transform a logo design, and this week’s logo of the week, Moyamba Skin has really used their colour scheme evocatively.
Logo of the week: No more lonely pets
We’ve written recently all about how important it is to think about the context of where you’re going to use your logo as it really does impact on what the best way is to lay out your logo design. This week’s logo of the week, No More Lonely Pets, made it clear from the very …
Logo of the week: Cocina de Socorro
There are lots of different things to consider when you are putting together your logo brief, or when you are in the final stages of your revisions. We’ve recently written about how important it is to consider the layout of your logo design, because it affects how you can use your logo (such as how …
Logo of the week: Le Beau Ideal
In many ways the most important part of the design process is putting together the brief (as Lisa explains in her latest blog article). It was clear from this week’s logo of the week, Le Beau Ideal, that they knew who they were and what they were about from the start and this makes a …
Logo of the week: Suffolk Market Events
We’ve written a lot recently about how important it is to get the colours of your logo right (see our brilliant impact of logo colour infographic). This week’s logo of the week takes colour to ultimate simplicity and yet is incredibly effective. This black and white logo is versatile for multiple mediums very easily and …