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Logo Design Budgets – Freelance Designer or Client to Decide?

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2009/10/26
Filed In Categories: Tips & Advice

Excerpt: This post touches on a subject that pops up more then several times every week. A number of logo design quote requests I receive, usually end up with the client asking how much they should allocate for their budget. For this article, I am assuming we are… Read More

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Successful Logo and Identity Design Starts with a Solid Name

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2009/07/08
Filed In Categories: Tips & Advice

Excerpt: How many times have you been given a logo design job, but found out that the company name is either long, odd, not appropriate, sounds silly, sounds cliché and a number of many other possible scenarios? Working with a 'bad' name can seriously hinder the… Read More

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Logo Design Trends Come and Go – It’s an Oxymoron

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2009/05/23
Filed In Categories: Inspiration, Tips & Advice

Excerpt: 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… Read More

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Thoughts on Logo Design Perception & Value

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2009/05/20
Filed In Categories: Tips & Advice

Excerpt: I have been thinking a lot recently about the whole logo design and pricing dilemma. After reviewing a number of comments on some previous posts, I started replying. Soon I realsied that one reply was becoming more of a post. So rather than submit it as a… Read More

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Fonts & Typefaces – Reasons Why I Purchase Commercial Fonts

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2009/04/03
Filed In Categories: Free Font, Portfolio, Tips & Advice

Excerpt: For me, fonts/typefaces are the most important part of what I do, the most crucial ingredient. The fonts from structure, they are the framework, they set the mood and they go along way to speak the message. Without the right font, logos in particular, designs… Read More

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9 Logo Design Tips for Beginners

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2009/03/25
Filed In Categories: Brand Identity, Tips & Advice

Excerpt: Some general advice would be to temper your enthusiasm to impress this new client at all costs. Doing so usually results in a logo that is hard or practically impossible to reproduce or edit. Or you just end up getting some knickers in a real… Read More

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