October 26, 2011
Various Logos Created Entirely with CSS is rather neat which I found via Dan Cederholm on Twitter. I am not at all proficient at web design so the idea of creating these logos purely out of CSS seems quite remarkable, but also given how much code they take I wonder how practical.
But as a demonstration of the power of CSS this is, at least for me, nicely impressive.…Read More
October 22, 2011
I had an interesting situation with a very recent client which helped me reaffirm that what I may believe to be right, or most appropriate, for my client may not be right or most appropriate after all.
It was not so much about my choice being wrong or even inappropriate, but that in this case my preferred choice was not the clients choice.
Herein is a lesson in not being an arrogant twat.…Read More
October 16, 2011
If you are familiar with my blog then you know I can be quite blunt, but typically I do so with comparisons and a sense of constructive criticism.
Case studies like The Gap, Waterstones, Starbucks and Swiss Air create different emotions and leave you with different thoughts on their rebranding strategy. Whilst I still try to mix in some of my straight-talking.…
I have to say I find the new British Gas logo redesign quite disappointing.Read More
October 15, 2011
It’s catching this removing your brand name from your brand mark. Turner Duckworth revitalises the famous Red Tag brand mark from Levis.
Personally not sure abou the Registered mark being cut off, but maybe when seen in context it will look perfect.
Read more Levis Rebrands with Wordless Red Tag…Read More
October 14, 2011
It’s been my intention for some time to create a form of logo design inspiration gallery, but didn’t want to just aimlessly duplicate the many existing logo design galleries that we rely on.
As well as having this sincere intention it also bothered me that many of the existing logo galleries are seemingly becoming crowded, at least to me, with self-submitted concept designs.…Read More
October 10, 2011
Coca-Cola vs. Pepsi Logos – Revised Edition is a side-by-side comparison of all the various logo designs used by Pepsi and Coca-Cola through out their hugely successful run in business..
Read more http://www.underconsideration.com
Hat tip to Brand New for putting this altogether. Once you see all the Coca-Cola logo variations up together you realise how many there has been. It’s a little surprising as I have always viewed the original script version as being their only brand logo, or more accurately the logo I best associate with Coca-Cola.…Read More
October 7, 2011
A Question for Graham [AQfG] is a feature I want to bring back to life that is focused on: logo & brand identity; freelancing and business, self marketing, advertising etc type questions that you might have. You might have a problem that you could do with sharing, or simply need some advice.
If I can help, I will help.
I get emails almost every day with questions about one aspect or another of logo design, and I have struggled to even send back a basic reply in some cases.…Read More
September 30, 2011
DataDork by Jeff Fisher LogoMotives - http://jfisherlogomotives.com
“Collecting Submissions for Your Best Ever Logo Design” is an opportunity to get one of your favourite logo designs showcased on this blog as well as being able to provide some words on the how, why and when that helps put all our designs in context. Part 1 of Your Best Ever Logo Design was done a while ago so now looking to collect for Part 2.…Read More
September 10, 2011
Just a few days ago I posted some lovely examples of modern vintage logo designs by Wallace Design House, so continuing the modern vintage theme is another fine collection of modern vintage logos by Riley Cran.
Riley is also responsible for LostType.com.
These logo examples were just featured in Grain Edit, so you may have already seen these exact same logos, but if not then it’s all about sharing and caring.…Read More
September 8, 2011
Modern vintage logo design is more than popular nowadays, and has been one of the few styles to have survived for decades since it’s inception. I discovered Wallace Design House through Veerle’s inspiration blog and quickly became a fan of the logo and modern vintage design displayed in their portfolio.
The modern vintage style adopted is so very clean and smart they just look so yummy hence feeling the need to share their work on my website.…Read More