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Using Logo Design Grids, Guides & Pretty Circles In Your Logo Design

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2011/06/01
Filed In Categories: Resources, Tips & Advice


Post Excerpt: Over the last year or so I have received a number of emails from designers asking me about the importance of creating logos using guides, grids and lots of pretty circles.… Read More

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How do you supply/manage client logo files? Use Dropbox

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2011/03/09
Filed In Categories: Resources, Tips & Advice


Post Excerpt: Now I use a Dropbox system to manage my client logo… Read More

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The Gap Logo – Is the outcry and criticism justified

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2010/10/07
Filed In Categories: Brand Identity, Famous Logos, Logo Design, Resources, Vintage


Post Excerpt: If GAP have planned this as some sort of cunning marketing scheme, so far so good. Although one has to wonder 'why' they feel it's necessary to create such a backlash over the new… Read More

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Explanation of my apparent vagueness on logo design pricing

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2010/05/03
Filed In Categories: Brand Identity, Logo Process, Resources


Post Excerpt: This article explains my apparent vagueness on logo design pricing, providing a little insight into how I structure my pricing. It's far from… Read More

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Logo Design RoundUp Part 12 – How Designers Promote & Brand Themselves

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2009/11/22
Filed In Categories: Inspiration, Portfolio, Resources


Post Excerpt: 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,… Read More

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