I often get asked why my logo design process seems to differ from many other freelance logo designers. I don’t take your money, scurry away for a week then present you with 4 gleaming logo design ideas for you to choose from. You choose one, offer up some remarks then I scurry away again and make several rounds of alterations and changes. After a few days, I come back to you with a more complete logo. Then possibly a few more changes before completing the project. Finally, hoping to get paid.
This is Part 12 of the Logo Design Round-Up series. This ongoing series showcases a collection of logos and brand marks, self submitted by a bunch of freelance designers and creative folk in many creative areas. These designers use the logos to sell, promote, brand and market their various skills.
In my previous articles on logo design costs and the general attitude towards logo design in general, I have also recently touched on the problem with logo design galleries and logo design trends. There is a big shift towards relying on trends as the answer to your next logo design. There are som articles on trends over at Logolounge and GraphicDesignBlog.