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Want to make an effective good logo? Read on..

by | Updated on: Nov 3, 2019 | Digital Marketing, How-To Guides | 0 comments

good logo When we look around we will realize that in today’s competitive world almost all companies that have a logo are distinctive from others in the same business. There would even be times when you look at a particular logo and wished that why did not you as a logo designer think of such a logo design. So, here are important design elements that you must try to incorporate when designing a logo.

For no matter, which company you are designing a logo, the first and the basic rule that must not be forgotten is that the logo should not be complicated. A simple logo designing is sure to capture the attention of your target audience. Remember that a good logo will always have a unique feature without being overdrawn.

The next rule, which very closely follows the simple rule, is that of memorability. The logo should be such that it leaves a mark on the minds of the audience. It has been seen in the past that the actual subject matter of a logo is comparatively of less importance in comparison to that of the design. Having said this, it does not mean that appropriateness of content is something that should be neglected when logo designing. It just shows that that the symbol or logo in this case plays an extremely important role in creating brand visibility.

Also, you should also keep in mind the rule of making the logo timeless when designing it. This means it should be applicable for many years to come. When we speak of brand identity the endurance should be the focus. This is what will make your company or brand stand out in the crowd. Thus, look at coca cola, they have been the same since its inception and people identify easily with the drink through its logo only.

It is essential to ensure that the logo design you are working on should be versatile in the sense that the logo should work well in different mediums and applications. For the same reason logos are mostly designed in vector format as it allows them to be scaled to any size. It is recommended that the logo designer should make it in black and white as then the entire focus of the deigning is laid on the concept and shape instead of the colours. Apart from this, the more the colours are used in the logo the more will be the printing cost in the long run.

Lastly, the logo should also be relevant to the industry in question. This implies that the logo must be designed in a way that it appropriate for its intended purpose. Thus, if you are designing for say, a kid’s store then the logo could be a childish font and more colourful. However, the same can’t be done if the logo has to be created for a law firm. Again, something very important to note here is that the logo need not show the goods or service your business sells.

So, you must follow the above mentioned rules to achieve an effective logo design.

 

This is a guest post written by Saanvi .

 

Debajyoti Banerjee is the Founder, Director & CEO of Seven Boats - A leading digital marketing agency & digital marketing training institute in India since 2011. He is a Google & LinkedIn Certified Digital Marketer & Trainer, Brand Strategist, Consultant & Entrepreneur. B. Tech in computer engineering & post graduate diploma in Marketing, Debajyoti has 18+ years of domain experience and successful track records in digital marketing services & digital marketing training with 500+ clients & 56K+ students in 165+ countries. He has been invited & felicitated by 25+ Top B Schools & universities including London Business School, AICTE ATAL FDP, UGC-HRDC, IIM Shillong, IIM ROHTAK, IIT KGP, IIT Guwahati, Calcutta University, Ranchi University, St. Xavier’s, Brainware, Techno India, JIS Group, Jaypee Group, Shikshayatan Foundation, IIEST Shibpur, Bhavan’s, ICFAI Business School, GITAM Deemed University, Swami Vivekananda Group of Institutions & many more. He has been awarded with more than 20 national awards and he has received notable media coverage. Learn more

 

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