Branding Basics: Create A Magnanimous Logo Design
Posted on November 4th, 2008 by Akanksha
Your logo design is the virtual handshake that makes a first impression of your business. Trust me, a clammy and wimpy corporate logo design would not make much of a beseeching impact on your clients! If you are thinking about tempting your prospects to do business with you, then you better start off right away on creating a custom logo design that catches more than just the eye.
Let us cut the crap and begin with the branding basics I would give you tippers on how to actualize the best logo design. Here goes….
1) Begin by checking your competition:
It might seem a little sneaky, but the best way to get a horde of customers on your doorstep is to check out what your competitions logo design looks like and reflects. You don’t want your corporate logo design to appear the same as theirs. And of course a better custom logo design than your competitors won’t hurt you Having a thorough look at your opponents company logo design would also give you an extra advantage of creating a unique logo design. Let your custom logo design be a box of all that you wish your customers to know about you.
2) Industry Fitting:
Get your priorities straight. If your corporate logo design is not relevant to what your business is all about your prospects would leave your website without a second thought. Imagine having a funky and upbeat logo design for a funeral home or a dull, boring and sleepy logo imagery for a Disc Jockey service provider Neither of the logo designs would jive with the business and would make the company logo design absolutely inappropriate. So, always ensure that your corporate logo design befits your industry of work.
3) A Balanced Logo Design:
Well, as obvious as it may sound to you, but always ensure that your custom logo design does not seem as simple as clip art nor too intricate to make your clients squint. It must be unrivaled and be able to stand out from the crowd, but it should also be as easy as ABC to understand.
Now, make a note of this: Your logo design must never go font crazy. It might look pretty to you, but the swirls and curves might be too confusing for your prospective customers.
That’s all folks!! Chiao