blog  – Golden Ratio in logo designs

blog  – Golden Ratio in logo designs Golden Ratio in logo designs. Beauty and aesthetics have been praised from time immemorial. But little did people know that the most effective, perfectly balanced, and visually compelling creations followed the tid-bits of mathematics. At least not until 1860, when German physicist and psychologist Gustav Theodor Fechner proposed that a simple ratio, an irrational number defines the balance in nature. The Golden Ratio! Fechner’s experiment was simple: ten rectangles varying in their length-to-width ratios were placed in front of a subject, who was asked to select the most pleasing one.
25 Creative and Inspiring Typography Logo Designs Typography Logo has a very simple and effective design. if you look at the logo design showcase like logopond.com, you will find a thousands of typography logo collection which indicates that this type of logo is very popular among designers. In today’s post, I want to show you some of the most creative and inspiring typography logo designs. You might also want to check out our related posts below; 1. Fix it 25 Creative and Inspiring Typography Logo Designs
15 Famous And Successful Logo Redesigns - What Has Been Improved? 15 Famous And Successful Logo Redesigns - What Has Been Improved? As we realize that we are now living in the Brand Era, where everything is branded and labelled we are more concern to companies we believe can help us, shops where we can get our supplies, or websites we trust to keep our data or information securely. This is how a company’s logo appeal as the first thing costumer will consider to trust or not. Among thousands of logos out there, some of them may look cheesy and cheap, and some visually give us confident. In order to grab our attention and get our trust, many companies even consider to re-brand/redesign their logo. As might be expected, the company will have to take the risk and be prepared of the pros and cons of this act.
One Object Movie Minimalism by Pascal Richon Pascal Richon is a multimedia student from Montbeliard, France. He has created some clever movie posters that use only one object to describe the movie. Take for example the Matrix poster below: He used the iconic blue and red pills to represent the main perspective of the film. If you have seen Matrix then you would technically agree with his point of view. One Object Movie Minimalism by Pascal Richon
New Metro Style Windows 8 Logo - Fail or Win? New Metro Style Windows 8 Logo - Fail or Win? Microsoft has recently unveiled their new Windows 8 logo design. With the up-coming release for the new operating system, which will unifying desktop and mobile operating systems, Microsoft decided the need for a logo refresh. The new logo heavily pushes the Metro design aesthetic. The old multi-colored waving flag that has defined Windows for over a decade is now gone. Microsoft hired the global design firm Pentagram to re-imagine the logo. Pentagram has previously worked with clients like Rolls-Royce, Nissan, United Airlines, Penguin Group and other prestigious companies.
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30 Examples of Inspiring Health and Medical Logo Designs Creating logo for private health service is an important think to create brand visibility. A health or medical logo designs should be able to draw attention of its customers, relevant, straight to the point and easy to understand. However, it’s not easy to do this, to creating a good health logo design you really need inspiration and a lot of creativity. Below is a good example of health and medical logo designs. 30 Examples of Inspiring Health and Medical Logo Designs
How Starbucks Transformed Coffee From A Commodity Into A $4 Splurge How Starbucks Transformed Coffee From A Commodity Into A $4 Splurge Stanley Hainsworth has been a catalyst for the great brands of modern times. He was creative director at Nike and then Lego. He was vice president global creative at Starbucks in an era when the coffee purveyor was experiencing phenomenal growth. Starbucks has been hailed, acknowledged, and praised again and again for its excellence in branding and marketing, in creating a branded experience that can satisfy the connoisseur, bring in new converts, be accessible to all, and irresistible in its appeal.
Helvetica Font - 40 Excellent Logos Created with Helvetica It’s over fifty years old, it’s the most widely used font ever, and it has recently become the subject of its own movie. We’re talking about the world’s most recognizable font: Helvetica. Its relevance in design through the years and even today seems unbeatable. Helvetica Font - 40 Excellent Logos Created with Helvetica
Logos, Identities, Brands...What's the difference? | Brand Identity Essentials Logos, Identities, Brands...What's the difference? | Brand Identity Essentials "A model of clarity in a field that rarely has any." – Ralph Caplan, legendary design author "I've shared Brand Identity Essentials with many at Amway to help them understand the critical role of design in brand-building. It's one of the best books I've seen on creating brand identity: harnessing the power of color, shape, pattern and other design components to create visual symbols for brands." – Candace Matthews, Chief Market Officer, Amway "Among a sea of brand identity literature, Brand Identity Essentials stands out through its organization, creativity, and practical explanations of design principles.
Design an Ambigram Logo With Your Name Ambigrams are a particularly complex type of typographical art that can be read identically in different orientations. They typically take the form of a word that reads the same way upside down as it does right side up. Today we’re going to see what’s involved in creating ambigrams and walk through creating a basic one on our own. What Is An Ambigram? In its most basic form, an ambigram can be a simple symbol that looks the same at two or more orientations. Design an Ambigram Logo With Your Name
28 Best Branding and Business Tips Articles of September 2011 This is our monthly series were we share useful brand and business tips articles all from the previous month. We hope this series can help you to strengthen your brand identity and growing your business. If you would like to be kept up to date with brand and business resources, you can follow us on Twitter or by subscribing to our RSS feed. by Elizabeth Gast Rebranding can involve several things. It can be anything from updating your company look, to changing the name, to changing the services or products provided.
40 More Clever Logos With Hidden Symbolism You probably already think that we are obsessed with logo design (and you’re probably right), but our numbers show that most of you guys enjoy logos as much as we do. That’s why we proudly present 40 more clever logos with hidden symbolism. If you missed part I, you can find it here. But before you start scrolling down the list, let me quickly run trough the list of logotype posts we had earlier: Top 15 Worst Logo FAILS Ever, 21 Logo Evolutions of the World’s Well Known Logo Designs, and Honest Logos by Viktor Hertz. You may open them somewhere in a new browser tab and continue from here.