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What To Consider When Creating A Logo And How Our Design Services Can Help

When you think of logos you most likely think of the great ones, the memorable, and the ones that stick with you. When you start thinking about creating a logo for your company remember it has to be unique enough to make a lasting impression. Creating a one-of-a-kind logo is not by any means easy. It requires time, patience, and many steps. Before you start creating your very own logo make sure you don’t forget to consider these key points.

1.) What colors best suit your company?                      

  • Colors are a way of expression and they bring out emotions in everyone. All colors bring out different emotions and it’s necessary to choose colors that represent what your company stands for.  If you choose red as your color, it will be active, passionate, and intense. One example is Red Bull, they use the color red and it’s a perfect choice for their company. Red Bull is supposed to supply their customers with energy which will keep them active throughout the day.

So just what do these colors express? Here is an infographic to further explain some of the most popular colors. 

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2.) Look at your selection of fonts

  • Fonts are very similar to colors because they also spark emotion. If your company is energetic and fun you will want to go with a font that expresses those emotions. If your company is supposed to express strength and being bold such as Under Armour, it’s probably best not to choose a cursive, floral font. Selecting a font is just as important as the color because of the emotion factor. It’s all about matching who and what your company is. Fonts can help convey messages to customers instantly. 

3.) Understanding the many different logo types

  • This can be a bit tricky because there are so many types of logos and aspects to consider. You have to examine how it will look across your overall company collateral. Then consider the emotional response your customers will have. The emotional response all comes back to choosing the right colors and fonts. A company logo isn’t just a symbol, it’s the core of the company. In many cases it’s the first thing your customers see and you want them to respond in a positive way. Let’s go over some of the top types of logos. 

1. Lettermark Logo 

Lettermarks are using the initials of the company or the first letter of the company. Many companies such as HP and Chanel use this method because it’s more appealing. Using the whole name would be too long, or perhaps the name is hard to pronounce. These are all reasons why companies would choose the Lettermark type of logo. Take ABC for example, it’s full company name is “American Broadcasting Company.” The full name is too long and wouldn’t be as easy to remember. Creating a lettermark for certain companies makes it easier for customers to recollect. logo-design 2. Symbol Logo 

Using a symbol is harder to come up with but often times creates more of an impact. If you’re planning on having a big business having a symbol logo is the way to go. The reason is symbol logos are much easier for people to remember because they are simple and unique. The fun part about symbol Logos is you can create clever twist within them which highlights what your company does. Just take companies like the Goodwill and Baskin Robbins for Example.
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3. Wordmark Logo

These are going to be custom designed fonts which spell out the whole name of the company. These typically use a creative arrangement that will leave not only a lasting impression but a unique logo. It solely represents the company on its use of creatively adding flare to the original name. This type of logo can be easily read and understood since they are using the exact company name. Be prepared to get innovative and think of something new, because you want the finished product to inspire your customers and one of the best examples up-to-date is Visa.  

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4. Emblem Logo 

The emblem logo is continually growing. This logo uses the company name within a detailed design. Emblem logos give the best of both worlds, meaning you can use the full name of your company and a design to give it distinction. This logo is very popular because it combines the two, from famous ones to the newest; they are all great. logo-design

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Overnight Prints Logo Design

Having a solid understanding of what the types of logos are and why companies use them should help you pick the correct layout for your own. Colors and fonts are the first aspect of the logo. Perhaps these two characteristics are the most important. Before diving into logo design really do your research and apply it to your company. Last but not least don’t be afraid to use designers, and preferably those at Overnight Prints. 

Our Design Services include Logo Design work. Our experts can help you with small alterations, new additions, or creating a brand new logo for your company from scratch. Our Logo Design process is very easy, all you have to do is provide our designers with one of the following. 

  • examples of other logos
  • color scheme
  • description of your ideal logo
  • A sketch
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Overnight Prints Logo Design

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Overnight Prints Logo Design

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Overnight Prints Logo Design

You can speak to our designers directly and our team will take your thoughts, sketches, and create the logo you envisioned. Our step-by-step process allows you to be a part of each aspect of the logo design experience and supply the designer with necessary info that will translate into a uniquely crafted logo for you and your company.

Make sure you don’t rush into creating a design because having a strong logo is critical to your company. Overnight Prints wants you to have the perfect logo and it’s why we offer logo design within our design services. If you have a concept and want it to be all that you envisioned let us help you build a phenomenal logo for your company. Visit Overnightprints.com/logo-maker and start making your logo today! 

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