Friday, 24th September, 2010 by Rob in Logo Design.
Years ago, things in the business world began to change. The vast, and technology ridden entertainment market started growing into an unusual mold that the rest of the professional world was not completely anticipating, nor were they ready for. On demand entertainment became the trend that so many deliverers of the medium opted for, due to the overwhelming response from the media consuming public. Which may not seem like an impactful change for the rest of the business world, but in point of fact it was. The rest of the corporate titans watched with bated breath as the very landscape before them started to twist and change.
Thursday, 9th September, 2010 by Rob in Logo Design.
Whenever we create a design, there are always certain limitations that we tend to work under for one reason or another. Some are imposed upon us by our clients from their specifications or preferences, and sometimes these limits are imposed by us. By either the directions that we have decided to go in, or the choices that we have moved towards with our work. And sometimes, the limits are the result of the qualities that we are seeking to instill in the design. The aspects that will convey and sustain just what the design is supposed to embody. And sometimes, it is all about time.
Thursday, 2nd September, 2010 by Rob in Logo Design.
You hear it a lot in the business world, or at least you hope to, that your reputation precedes you. Especially in the highly connected, fast paced world of high speed internet and wide spread social media usage, it is easier than ever for your virtual reputation to reach farther and faster than you can control or even anticipate. This means that we have to be more mindful than we may have considered as we build our brand, to ensure that we are building it on the right foundation. As the word gets around about your brand, you are going to want to do everything within your power to have more positive points being spoken about you, possibly planting those preliminary seeds in your favor.
Friday, 27th August, 2010 by Rob in Logo Design.
When it comes to logos, minimalism is not something that necessarily springs to mind automatically, because of how much the logo has to encapsulate and convey to the viewers.
Given the depth of the design briefs that the client will often turn in to you, our first thought tends to be far from a minimalistic leaning. Now let me be clear, there is a difference between taking a minimalistic approach and trying to figure out how to include all of the client’s wishes in as compact and subtle a design as possible. There are not many occasions where we get the desired specs and then we start envisioning some rash, overly garish design thinking this is the way to go. So many designers take an understated approach, because that is what they think serves the design the best. Cleverly subtle and unique work.