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A while back I ran a series of posts that collected and displayed designers' logo designs as a way provide a nice platform to show and provide a write-up of how the logo came to be. Now collecting your logo for part 18.

These would be the logo designs that you use to brand your own: freelance, self employed, studio, agency, company business. Look back through the last few years worth of collections to get an idea of how the logos were submitted and presented in: Logo Design Round-Up Part 16 & Part 17.

I would now like to collect your logo for Part 18 & 19 of: Logo Design Round-Up – How Designers Promote & Brand Themselves.

What This Collection Is Not

This is not a competition, it's not a best of, it's not a who has the best logo nor is it a collection of logos that I have chosen. The logos are kindly supplied by those that wanted to be part of this series.

If you are interested in taking part in this series then there are a few guidelines to follow:

The Logo Description

This is a chance for you to provide some insight into your own logo design. How did you come up with the idea? How long did it take? Was it hard or quite easy? Where did the inspiration come from? What fonts did you use? Is there a corporate colour palette?

If you have a tagline then feel free to write about how you came up with that as well.

Use this as an opportunity to put your own logo design into context as well as getting some exposure for yourself.

Please feel free to write as much as you want. I am not looking for brevity, quite the opposite. In my experience people really do enjoy reading the design and thought processes involved with a logo design.

Two to three paragraphs is usual, but some people have provided 5-10 paragraphs which is a good amount of text.

Personal Details

Please supply your full name, business name and job title with full website URL: 'Graham Smith—imjustcreative: logo and brand identity designer — http://imjustcreative.com' This will be the caption for each logo submission.

Specifications for the logo file

  1. The image size needs to be a minimum of 650px wide, and 414px deep. You can copy my logo above as this is the correct size and is named appropriately. Please look through the previous series of posts for ideas on cropping, background styles etc.
  2. Please supply a JPEG with Maximum compression.
  3. Use following naming convention : '{yourbusinessname}-logo-design.jpg'. So mine would be 'imjustcreative-logo-design.jpg'

Deadline

Man, I hate deadlines. So there isn't one really. Sort of an ongoing series, so as and when.

Where To Submit.

Please send me any images and text file to : imjustcreative (at) gmail (dot) com








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