Free A3 Poster Mock-Up Credit: Medialoot
Brand Logo Usage Guidelines A3 Poster – Free Template for Download
As promised over on Twitter, here’s a nice Logo Usage Guidelines A3 Poster for you to download, and use for your own logo projects.
I’ve adapted the Logo Usage Guidelines (above) I created for the Medicine.com logo I recently designed, by simply removing all instances of the Medicine logo, and just leaving empty spaces for you to put in your own logo etc (below).
Logo Usage Guidelines A3 Poster – Free Template for Download
I created this Guidelines Poster to a basic grid (you can see the guides in Illustrator), and created Illustrator layers for various sections and elements to keep things all neat and tidy.
You’ll probably need to adjust the layout and grid to your own specific requirements depending on your logo designs proportions and however many logo versions (portrait, landscape etc) you have, but hopefully this will provide a good platform for you to work from.
It was a nice touch I think to add in the visual step-by-step of the Medicine logo designs shape, as well as the grid and alignments, but not all logos will be able to be broken down like this, so it’s something that is optional.
For now the file is just saved as an Adobe Illustrator .ai file, so let me know in the comments below if you need any backward compatibility etc, and I’ll see what I can do.
If you do find this Logo Guidelines Poster useful, then I would certainly appreciate a Retweet:
Would anyone find this Logo Guidelines Poster, I’ve designed for a recent client, useful as a Template? pic.twitter.com/hw1AiMAmA1
— thelogosmith.co (@thelogosmith) July 3, 2019
Here are a few close-up images of the sections, including the Logo Grid and Logo Construction sections:
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