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  • Sharron Nelson

    This is a nice post to read. I agree with the steps given in the post for logo designing. A good logo needs both inspiration and creativity. Would you consider using all sorts of different colors or would you prefer to stick with two or three?

  • Kristina Hughes

    I am grateful for the quality content..Its too old but the content is very trendy for the graphic designers to follow and create something different and fresh for your customers.. Here i mention some more points that helps you create more attractive and professional logos..

    The professional way of creating a logos are..

    The Brief

    Research

    Visual Research

    Sketching & Conceptualizing

    Reflection

    Positioning

    Presentations

    Celebration

  • http://andycroll.com Andy Croll

    The irony being that the typography on the LogoBee logo itself could probably do with some attention 😉 otherwise decent advice.

    For most small businesses the best advice could be even simpler… no more than two colors and as simple as you can make it.

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