We here at Freelancelogo love Google’s doodles. Here is a video with some of the best ones. Enjoy.
Getting a logo redesigned is sometimes needed to keep up with trends and to stand out in the market. This time we’ve taken a look at some of the redesigns that have been done in the first half of 2010.
Some of these are minor, others are completely changing the entire feeling of the logos. We believe all of these are improvements, while knowing it’s often a case of personal taste. We’ll leave it up to you to make your own decisions.
The “before” logos are at the left and the new to the right.
In this article, we’re going to show you 25 websites of well known brands that implement the logos in their websites in a good way. By doing this they get a clear message through and keep a professional look.
By picking up colors or elements from the logos one can get an excellent and appealing end result.
Being a logo designer one important ability is that to see how you can use your logo with success in different types of media. We hope these website designs can be of inspiration to you.
Let’s have a look!
Nike is one of the best known sports brands out there and they’re using the “swoosh” that is the most recognizable part of their logo in the top left corner. It has subtle colors and fits in nicely to make people focus more on the products.
In this showcase we’ve hand-picked a bunch of really well made logos that give a nice retro/vintage feeling. We see a lot of these tendencies in all aspects of graphic design from time to time. We hope you’ll enjoy our picks and find them inspiring for your own designs! Enjoy
Watching other peoples work can often trigger a lot of creativeness for us designers. This time I’ve hand-picked a handful of logos that stand out because of their clever use and mix of symbols, elements and meaning. They’re brilliant examples of what good and simple logo design is all about!