I’m a visual designer who specializes in character design and logo design.
I’ve worked with some of the biggest names in the world in the creation of iconic logos.
Here’s a look at my favorite design elements, the most common pitfalls, and the best techniques for creating an iconic logo.1.
Use Color to Impress the Public2.
Create a Unique Background3.
Use the Right Logo Color to Emphasize Your Message4.
Use an Emotional Background to Tell a Story5.
Create an Iconic Symbol6.
Use a Picture or Image for the Logo7.
Create the Logo’s Icon8.
Embrace Color’s “Shimmer”9.
Create Your Own Icon10.
Use your Brain to Create a Logo11.
Create your Own Iconic Logo12.
Use Your Brain to Design Your Own Logo13.
Use Digital Graphic Design Techniques to Create Your Iconic Signature14.
Use Photoshop for Illustration and Illustration Tools15.
Use Illustrator for Color Editing16.
Use AIDA to Create your Logo17.
Use Logo Designers Color Palette to Create the Color Palettes for Your Logo18.
Use An Illustrator Color Pallette to Create an Illustrator Logo19.
Use Scratch to Create Logo Design for Your Icon20.
Use 3D Graphics for the Image and Icon21.
Create Color Effects for Your Visual Effects22.
Use Custom Colors for Your Color Effects23.
Create Iconic Faces for Your Symbol24.
Use Backgrounds for Your Symbols25.
Use Different Colors for Different SymbolsYour Logo is the most important thing you will ever create.
The more you create, the more powerful and effective your logo will become.
A logo is the foundation of any company’s identity.
If you can’t trust your logo to look great on your website, you can never have a successful business.
Here are some common pitfalls you can avoid when creating a logo:1.
Avoid Color Choices or Patterns that Are Too Common2.
Use Patterns That Are Not Colorful3.
Avoid Patterns That Have No Appeal4.
Avoid Symbols That Have a Red Heart or an Orange Eye5.
Avoid Unusual Color Changes6.
Avoid Use of Color Contrast7.
Avoid Using Colors that Do Not Exist8.
Avoid using Patterns that Have No Color Meaning9.
Avoid Making Your Logo Graphic for More than One Image10.
Avoid Having Multiple Symbols11.
Avoid Embellishing Your Logo on a Design Object12.
Avoid Creating Your Logo with Color Emoji13.
Avoid having Color in the Logo14.
Avoid Larger Symbols or Faces15.
Avoid a Color Picker for Your Web Logo16.
Avoid Including the Symbol for Your logo17.
Avoid Putting the Symbol in a Textarea18.
Avoid Textboxes for Your Embellished Logo19, 20.
Avoid Fonts for your Logo21.
Avoid Changing Your Logo Logo Color, or Changing Your FontStyle2.
When you’re designing your logo, you need to focus on creating a consistent and beautiful design.
Don’t worry if you use a few different colors, or different shapes or patterns, or use different fonts.
You can always tweak your logo later.
A well-designed logo is visually appealing, and it will stand out from other logos.
But that doesn’t mean it’s going to look good on a website.
Here is a few common mistakes you can make when it comes to a logo design:1: You Choose Colors that Are Not Colors for Color Emojis2: You Use Patterns that are Not Colorfully Emotional3: You Include Symbols that Have a Symbol4: You Ignore Symbols with a Redheart or Orange Eye (or Both)5: You Fail to Include Emotional Text (or Emoji)6: You Leave Emotional Symbols Out7.
You Leave Unusual Colors in the Symbol8.
You Use Your Computer to Draw Symbols for Symbols9.
You Don’t Use Emotional Emoji for Emotional Symbol10.
You Choose to Use Symbols in a Color SchemeThat’s it.
These are the mistakes that will make your logo look bad on a site, and you can do your best to avoid them.
You don’t need to use all the techniques described above to create a logo that looks great.
If that sounds like too much effort, just pick a few that you can use regularly.
The trick is to find the ones that work well together and stick to them.
And then go back to work.